Apple clients who got the COVID-19 vaccine might before long advance up to the Genius Bar without face masks.
Apple is preparing to ease limitations for face masks in Apple Stores, permitting vaccinated clients to enter stores without wearing a mask starting this week, Bloomberg announced.
The tech goliath could relax mask-wearing prerequisites in stores when Tuesday under the policy change. Representatives are apparently not allowed to ask clients to verify proof of vaccination, which could prompt anybody strolling into stores whether or not or not they have been vaccinated, sources told Bloomberg.
Apple apparently told its staff that workers will in any case have to wear masks inside stores.
In a memo to workers got by Bloomberg, Apple said it would be relaxing its physical distancing prerequisites. The face-covering order will likewise be facilitated at some of the organization’s California-based offices.
Apple didn’t quickly return a FOX Business request for comment.
“Given the progress being made in response to Covid-19 in the U.S., we wanted to let you know that a number of sites are now moving to the next phase of resumption and will begin to operate under Phase 3 onsite protocol,” according to the memo sent to employees and obtained by Bloomberg. “In Phase 3, where allowed, Apple protocols are being updated to permit optional masking for vaccinated individuals. Physical distancing requirements are also being relaxed in this phase.”
Various organizations have changed mask-wearing policies recently including Walmart, Sam’s Clubs, Trader Joe’s, Publix and Costco.