According to Bloomberg, Apple will stop require masks at various of your retail stores and offices starting this week to customers. The publication states that Apple has already informed store and company employees of this change and will not be required to ask people who come without a mask if they have already been vaccinated.
This change only affects customers visiting the Apple Store, as lEmployees will continue to have to use the masks. In the Bloomberg publication, he affirms that this change will be made tomorrow, Tuesday, according to the memorandum to which this medium has had access.
The tech giant has begun informing retail employees of the impending change in affected markets, according to people with knowledge of the matter, who declined to be named when discussing policy changes that have not been announced. The change will take effect from Tuesday, and employees have been informed that they will not be required to ask customers for verification of vaccination.
Meanwhile, in the Apple offices, the company is considering eliminating some of its corporate offices the need to use a mask, in the same memorandum, a memorandum that addresses the issue of social distancing in offices.
Given the progress that is being made in response to Covid-19 in the US, we wanted to let you know that a number of sites are moving into the next phase of resumption and will begin operating under the Phase 3 protocol on the site. . In phase 3, where allowed, Apple's protocols are being updated to allow optional masking of vaccinated individuals. The physical distancing requirements are also relaxing in this phase.
With this measure, Apple thus joins a long list of companies from the United States who have announced changes to their mask policy thanks to advances in vaccination.