Kroger’s Mask Update for Washington Stores


Right after the Union did protest in other state for the safety of employees and shopper by not dropping the mask requirement. The largest grocery retail Kroger announced the mask update for Washington stores. They have updated their policies as the updates from the state.  The Kroger Family of Companies broadcast Tuesday morning that stores in Washington state will follow Public Health and CDC guidelines for in-store masking policy starting May 25.


Now, after this announcement means whether you have taking the vaccination or not you can enter and shop at Kroger Washington stores without masks. Also, that clients who have been fully vaccinated are no longer required to wear masks at their facilities, unless there is a local mandate.

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While, Kroger in this regard said that at Kroger most of our employees who have been fully vaccinated no longer need to wear masks in stores. But distribution centers, factories and offices, unless there is a local mandate. Kroger says pharmacy staff will still be required to wear masks due to CDC guidelines for health care settings. The company requires all unvaccinated clients to continue to wear masks when entering their facilities. But still the question stays the same how they will monitor the shoppers if they are vaccinated or not? Well, let’s see what Kroger have in mind.

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