Walmart And Others Will Still Serve Customers Who Refuse To Wear Masks, Despite New Rules
Jul 27, 2020
Walmart and other major retailers made headlines last week with a new requirement for customers to wear masks in their U.S. stores. But the new rules only go so far. Walmart, Home Depot, Lowe’s, Walgreens, CVS, and others say they still won’t prohibit customers who refuse to wear a mask from shopping in stores. The issue, they say, is they want to avoid confrontations between angry customers and employees. Retailers and their employees are finding themselves playing the uncomfortable role of mask police. The increase in coronavirus cases is prompting concern over how to protect both customers and workers in crowded stores from infecting each other. Read more at CNN Business.
One Reply to “Walmart And Others Will Still Serve Customers Who Refuse To Wear Masks, Despite New Rules”
Imagine the first lawsuit against these “NOT SO Brave” retailers who do not want to be responsible ( read as not lose a sale) for important appropriate behavior of customers in their stores. Knowing that these retailers are afraid to lose money by trying to stop the spread of a killer virus will prevent many more potential customers from shopping at these greedy,ignorant retailers. Is it possible to be more cowardly and/or selfish ???…I don’t think so and I know that neither my family or friends will be shopping in these stores as they turn a blind eye to people and the law to just count their daily receipts.
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