Apple is no longer requiring customers to wear masks at a number of Apple Stores across the United States, including in Ohio, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina, Georgia and other states that recently dropped local mask mandates, according to a report from Apple. Bloomberg. However, employees at Apple stores will still be required to wear masks regardless of their vaccination status.
Bloomberg Since then, Apple has updated its website to indicate which stores require masks. When searching for a store using Apple Retail Store Locator, the site will tell you if masks are ‘required’, ‘recommended’ or ‘optional’ for vaccinated customers in specific locations. Masks are still required in states with stricter guidelines, such as Hawaii, Oregon and Washington. In some locations, such as New York and Connecticut, face masks are only optional for customers who have had full vaccinations.
In addition to the lifting mask requirements, Bloomberg He says Apple is also resuming its in-store classes, called Today at Apple. Classes are available in select locations and include courses on creating music with Garageband, editing and taking photos on iPhone, and creating videos with iMovie. As noted before BloombergSome classes will resume this week, while others will start again in March.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Apple has continued to change its mask policy in line with local guidelines. Modifications tend to appear relatively quickly at Apple – in November, The company has begun to phase out mask requirements In retail locations and then He brought them back in December As cases of COVID-19 began to rise.