McDonald’s, Staples now require face masks

HOLT, Fla., July 25, 2020—McDonald’s and Staples are joining other businesses that require customers to wear face coverings.

The announcements were made Friday.

McDonald’s is now requiring customers to wear face coverings inside all its restaurants effective Aug. 1.

The fast food giant is also delaying its dining room reopening for another 30 days.

Staples announced all customers, unless exempt from a medical condition, must wear masks when shopping effective Monday.

Staples also sells face masks for adults and children, as well a hand sanitizer and wipes.

 

2 thoughts on “McDonald’s, Staples now require face masks

  1. It would be nice to see this publication focus more on other local happenings and stay away from Covid reports: national news does enough Covid reporting! Thanks for your consideration

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    • I generally keep coverage to the local area. Since we have both McDonalds and Staples in Crestview (and Walmart, Sam’s in FWB and Pensacole, etc.), these stories are appropriate for this news website.

      Thanks for taking the time to read Holt Enterprise News. I appreciate your thoughts about the stories published here.

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