(Portland, OR) -- Oregon's indoor mask mandate is officially over. Oregon ended the mandate at 11:59 p.m. Friday in conjunction with Washington state and California. The move means residents are no longer required to wear a mask in indoor public spaces such as stores, restaurants, schools, gyms or churches. Private businesses may still choose to require their customers to mask up. Masks are also still required in healthcare and long-term care facilities as well as in correctional facilities and on public transit, including buses, airplanes, taxis and rideshare vehicles. Health officials note that the pandemic is not over and that COVID-19 can still be transmitted in crowded situations.