Publix Grocery Store Will Require Customers To Wear Face Coverings Starting Tuesday, July 21

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Publix announced Thursday it will require all customers to wear a face covering while inside its stores, starting Tuesday, July 21.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA (FOX 13) – Publix announced Thursday it will require all customers to wear a face covering while inside its stores, starting Tuesday, July 21.

In a press release, the Lakeland-based grocery store chain said the new requirement is due to the growing number of coronavirus cases and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, which says face coverings can help slow the virus’ spread.

Signage placed at store entrances and in-store announcements will inform customers of the change.

The requirement will not apply to young children and those with medical conditions who are not able to wear face coverings.

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