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Bloomberg: Apple stores to require customers to mask up again

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Shoppers in select Apple stores will once again have to wear masks — vaccinated or not.

Masks will be required in select Apple stores starting on Thursday, July 29, reported Bloomberg. The requirement applies to employees and customers. Apple told employees about the change in a memo:

"After carefully reviewing the latest CDC recommendations, and analyzing the health and safety data for your local area, we are updating our guidance on face masks for your store. Starting July 29, face masks will be required in store for customers and team members - even if they're vaccinated."

The company added it is making the change "out of an abundance of caution."



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