Through policy reversal, Dollar Tree and Family Dollar now require customers to wear masks in stores.
Dollar Tree, Inc., which owns these two chain stores, once again forced masks in its stores Initially asked them in early July. Last month, the company changed its course and “does not require” customers to wear masks in states and regions that do not need to wear masks.
But the company’s Coronavirus update page Now mark Dollar Tree, Inc.’s blocking strategy as mandatory, First reported by USA Today on Sunday.
“In order to protect each other to the utmost extent, and in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines, we require all employees, customers and suppliers to wear face masks when in stores,”
The statement added that it will provide a veil for its employees.
“USA Today” pointed out that when the policy will be changed back to its original form is still unknown, which is consistent with most major retailers in the dollar tree, and did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Dollar Tree, Inc. reported in May that it operates 15,370 stores in the United States and Canada.
Other companies have also avoided their mask policy, including Southeastern Grocers, which owns a Winn-Dixie supermarket, which initially said masks would Not needed It was available in stores last month. But the company also Overturn its decision A few days later.
AMC also Adjusted policy Authorized masks in June After strong opposition It is encouraged but not required to wear a mask. Since then, the theater chain postponed its reopening date to mid to late August.