While countries continue to advance in the mass vaccination process, some countries have begun to relax the rules of the use of masks.
In the United States, one of the most advanced countries in vaccination processes stated last week through the CDC that fully vaccinated users they do not need to use masks both outdoors and in most indoor spaces, allowing many companies and businesses to begin to be more flexible with the use of the mask.
Walmart, Starbucks, Costco, and Trader Joe's they rushed to announce that vaccinated clients would no longer have to go to their establishments wearing masks.
However, according to what they say from Bloomberg, Apple affirms that all the stores that the company has throughout the United States, will urge users to use masks inside while evaluating new health and safety measures, since their priority is the health and safety of both their employees and the customers who visit their establishments.
These guidelines are a recommendation of the Center for Disease Control (CDC for its acronym in English), so they do not override the rules that are established in each state, although many of them have already begun to modify them to adjust them to the recommendations of this body.
Michigan (where the Apple Store still does not allow the public to enter after reopening its stores a few days ago), North Carolina, Minnesota and Connecticut they no longer require the use of masks for those already vaccinated. Hawaii and Massachusetts have so far not changed the restrictions to meet the CDC's recommendations.