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2 dollar stores reversing mask requirement

Dollar Tree Inc., which owns Dollar Tree and Family Dollar, is asking customers to wear masks in stores but is no longer requiring.  However, in states like Colorado where masks are mandated, customers will still have to wear a face covering to go into stores.
Dollar Tree Inc., which owns Dollar Tree and Family Dollar, is asking customers to wear masks in stores but is no longer requiring. However, in states like Colorado where masks are mandated, customers will still have to wear a face covering to go into stores.(KKTV)
Published: Jul. 21, 2020 at 7:34 AM MDT
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Chesapeake, Va. (KKTV) - Dollar Tree and Family Dollar are now requesting versus requiring customers to masks inside their stores.

Dollar Tree Inc., which owns both stores, says they will still require masks if the city or state mandates them, so masks will still be required inside Colorado locations. But elsewhere in the country, in states where masks are still not mandated, they will no longer be a requirement to enter stores.

Both retailers had started requiring masks on July 8. It’s unclear why they walked back on that policy.

For information on the company’s current coronavirus response, click here.

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