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US Apple Stores dropping customer mask requirement on June 15

Apple is preparing to loosen its requirements for wearing masks in Apple Stores as part of its COVID-19 policies in the US, a report claims, with vaccinated customers potentially able to enter stores without wearing a mask starting Tuesday.Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Apple has enforced policies to minimize the spread of infections, including requiring store visitors and employees to wear face masks. In a change in the US that could go live as soon as Tuesday, Apple may relax its mask policy to allow some customers into stores without the face covering.Under the policy change, advised by people with knowledge of the alterations to Bloomberg, customers will be able to enter the store without a mask. The policy is intended to allow those who are vaccinated into stores without the mask, but as employees are apparently told they cannot ask for verification of vaccination, this could potentially allow anyone into stores regardless of vaccination status. Read more…
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