In the US, vaccinated visitors will be allowed to be in Apple stores without masks

According to the agency, the company’s employees will not be required to ask customers to confirm the fact of vaccination.

Apple intends next week to begin easing the requirements imposed earlier due to the coronavirus pandemic to wear masks in the company’s stores and offices in the United States. This was reported by Bloomberg.

According to his sources, vaccinated visitors to Apple retail outlets will not need to wear protective masks. Employees of the company will also not be required to ask customers to confirm the fact of vaccination. According to the agency, representatives of the corporation have already begun to notify commercial partners and staff about the new rules. They are expected to take effect on Tuesday.

Apple store employees will still have to wear masks. However, these requirements will no longer apply to the staff of some of the company’s offices in Cupertino, California. Apple was one of the first American companies to announce the closure of retail outlets due to the pandemic and a partial transition to working remotely. It is expected that its employees will be ordered from September this year to gradually start working again from the offices.

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