As cafes, restaurants and organizations keep on exploring the drawbacks of the pandemic under direction from top health authorities, Starbucks declared that all clients will before long be required to wear masks at all of its U.S. areas.
The Seattle-based cafe chain declared Thursday that start on July 15, it will expect clients to wear facial covers while visiting all organizations claimed cafes areas in the U.S.
"This decision was based on a growing number of government mandates requiring individuals to wear facial coverings while in public as well as guidance from the CDC and other public health officials and partner feedback," a representative for the company said in a statement.
Starbucks clarified that clients who may not be wearing a facial covering at areas where a neighborhood government command isn't set up, will have different approaches to put orders.
Clients not wearing a mask can arrange by means of drive-through, curbside pickup through the Starbucks application, or put in a request for delivery through Starbucks Delivers.
"The company is committed to playing a constructive role in supporting health and government officials as they work to mitigate the spread of COVID-19," Starbucks said in the release.