Kroger, McDonalds and Apple updated their Mask Policy

As per sources, Kroger, Giant Eagle to McDonald’s, and Apple require masks in some areas. While this policy is back as the rising cases of the delta Covid-19 are increasing in number day by day. According to the WHO guideline, they are strongly encouraging all vaccinated individuals to wear masks when visiting such areas. While all around the globe businesses are responding after the emergence of the COVID-19 delta variant that has caused a spike in coronavirus cases in Ohio and across the country.

Kroger, McDonalds and Apple updated their Mask Policy

Furthermore, the delta variant, which scientists referred to as B.1.617.2, is supposed to have started in India and is now the leading strain of the virus throughout the United States and the world.

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While Dr Jay Butler, the CDC’s deputy director of infectious diseases, told reporters last month that. Any variant that emerges concerns us as a more transmissible possibility. These are things we are watching closely. Below is a breakdown of the store’s updated policies regarding their mask necessities.

Kroger encourages all employees and customers to return to wearing masks while inside stores, regardless of their vaccination status. The store requires unvaccinated employees to wear masks and unvaccinated customers are required to wear masks.

However, the Apple store requires customers to wear masks in half of its US stores located in COVID hotspots or areas with local or state mandates.

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