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Apple Reinstating Employee Mask Mandate at Approximately 100 U.S. Retail Stores – MacRumors

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Apple retail employees at around 100 stores will need to go back to wearing a mask while working, according to Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman. Apple is mandating masks for employees again due to a rising number of COVID cases across the United States.
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Customers who visit an Apple Store are not required to wear a mask at this time, but Apple is continuing to recommend masks for all ‌Apple Store‌ visitors.
Apple has been shifting its operating policies throughout the pandemic to keep in line with local regulations and to mitigate risk for employees and customers in areas where COVID is spiking. Apple stopped requiring masks in March when COVID levels were lower, and masks still aren’t required for employees in all locations.

In addition to requiring masks for retail employees at some locations, Apple today told corporate employees that they must go back to wearing masks when in common areas. Apple is also maintaining its two day in-office work week for corporate employees for the time being, and will delay going to a three-day work week.
Apple is also reinstating its mask mandate at about 100 US retail stores today — for employees. https://t.co/2Y3SYHDHfz — Mark Gurman (@markgurman) May 17, 2022
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