Dollar Tree and Family Dollar now require masks for policy reversal


Dollar Tree and Family Dollar, in a policy reversal, are now forcing customers to wear masks inside stores.Dollar Tree, Inc., which owns both chains, re-imposes masks in its stores after initially requested them in early July. Last month, the company turned the tide by “asking” customers to wear masks in states and local areas that don’t require a mask.

But the firm coronavirus updates page now labels Dollar Tree, Inc.’s mask policy as mandatory, USA Today first reported Sunday.

“To best help us protect each other, and in accordance with the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we ask all associates, customers and suppliers to wear masks inside our stores. “, We read in the update of the coronavirus.

The statement adds that she will give facial blankets to her associates.

USA Today noted that the date the policy was changed to return to its original form, which matches most major retailers in the US dollar tree, 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 backed down on their mask policies, including Southeastern Grocers, which owns the Winn-Dixie supermarket, which initially said the masks would. not be required in stores last month. But the company too overturned his decision days later.

AMC too adjusted its policy in June to mandate the masks after the game to encourage but not to require the wearing of a mask. The theater chain has since pushed back its reopening dates to mid-August.


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