STATE COLLEGE (AP) – Penn State University will require students, staff, and visitors at all its campuses to wear masks while indoors. The announcement came as the state deals with a surge in coronavirus cases. PA is now reporting more than 1,000 cases of COVID-19 per day, nearly tripling over the past two weeks. Penn State officials say the reinstated masking rule will apply to everyone, regardless of vaccination status. The school is also urging students and employees to get vaccinated. Officials say anyone not fully vaccinated by Aug. 9 will be required to undergo coronavirus virus testing during the fall semester. Meanwhile, former Penn State President Graham Spanier is out of jail after serving nearly two months for endangering the welfare of children by his response to a report that Jerry Sandusky had been seen abusing a boy on campus. Spanier still faces two months of electronic monitoring at home and two years probation.