Grocery stores update mask policies as COVID-19 delta variant cases rise

Grocery stores around the country are once again updating their policies on facial coverings.

8/3/2021 4:41:00 AM

Grocery stores around the country are once again updating their policies on facial coverings.

Kroger, Walmart and Sam's Club are among grocery stores that once again require associates to wear facial coverings.

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