CVS The pharmacy giant requires all customers wear face coverings at its 9,900-plus stores across the country as of July 20. In the last week, several more businesses have announced they will do the same.
The company will require all customers in all Kroger stores to wear a mask starting July 22. Other companies have indicated they don't want to put their front-line employees into the role of "enforcers".
The chain has required masks in all of its stores since May 4.
Dollar Tree-went into effect on July 8, In accordance with guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we are requiring all Associates and vendors to wear face coverings when inside our stores.
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The requirement goes into effect Monday, the company said. The company said it would provide masks for those who do not have one, and it "believes relevant statewide policies requiring masks are an appropriate public health response in protecting frontline retail workers and customers from the growing spread of COVID-19". Some retailers, reminiscent of House Depot and Goal, stated they're going to present complimentary masks for patrons who should not have them. It also includes employees at nursing homes, meatpacking and food processing plants, and clothing sellers, like Macy's and H&M. Most Target stores already require shoppers to wear masks due to state and local regulations, the company noted.
This person will be wearing a black polo, and their job is to help enforce the mask rule at the front of the store. They also recommend that shoppers keep their distance to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
The new mask rule at Publix follows other major chains like Walmart and Sam's Club, who announced earlier this week that all customers will have to wear a mask starting July 20. Face coverings will be required for all of our teams and customers.
Most of the store mandates exclude very young children or people with medical conditions that prevent them from being able to wear a mask.
The policy will go into effect August 1.