Target no longer requires employees and customers to wear masks as daily COVID-19 case numbers fall in the US
Targetsaid it has lifted its mask requirement for employees and customers.
- Daily COVID-19 cases in the US have fallen 90% from a peak of 1.34 million in January.
Target has lifted its mask requirement for employees and customers, the retailer said on its website.
"As COVID-19 cases continue to decline across the country, Target will not require our US team members or guests to wear masks, as local regulations allow," the
"Target's safety and cleaning measures like offering masks for guests, increasing safety and disinfecting measures, encouraging social distancing and more will remain," Target told Insider in an email.
Target's dropping of its
The move comes after Walmart — the largest private employer in the US — lifted its mask requirement for vaccinated employees last week.
In its statement to Insider, Target said it will reevaluate its COVID-19 response as needed.
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