Apple will again oblige to wear masks in most of its stores in the United States

In addition, the company’s management called on the staff to get vaccinated but did not specify a specific time frame and has not yet introduced mandatory vaccination of employees, Bloomberg reported.

The American Apple Corporation will return the requirement for customers and employees to wear masks in most of its stores from Thursday. About this with reference to the internal letter of the company.

“From July 29, wearing masks will be required inside stores for customers and employees, even if they are vaccinated,” the agency quotes an excerpt from the letter. In addition, the company’s management called on the staff to get vaccinated but did not specify a specific time frame and has not yet introduced mandatory vaccination of employees, unlike Google.

It is noted that the decision was made “as a precautionary measure” after the publication of the latest recommendations of the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, according to which even those who have received the coronavirus vaccine should wear masks indoors since in rare cases they can be carriers of the delta variant of the virus.

The company canceled the mandatory wearing of masks in June in all its stores, when the incidence and mortality from coronavirus in the United States were at a low level.

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