- ⏰ 2 months ago
- Alexandre Godard
Apple France is doing yet another backpedal. Faced with an epidemic situation which is deteriorating according to their analysis, the compulsory mask will return to the Apple Store. It will be accompanied by other rules already contained a few months ago. We begin to despair…
Back to square one
At a time when the world is trying to resume a normal life after more than two very complicated years in health and therefore economic terms, some are still struggling to come to terms with the idea that we will have to live with this Covid- 19 which bothers us.
As far as France is concerned, the mask is no longer compulsory, except in certain places such as public transport. A decision encouraged even if some people still seem quite nervous about this decision.
As our friends from MacGeneration point out, the French management of Apple Retail has just warned its employees that the mask will once again be compulsory in the Apple Store in the face of the resurgence of Covid-19 cases. Rather negative news in this period when we are trying to separate ourselves from it. To date, after a more than massive vaccination and considerable efforts made by everyone, it might be good to start leaving everyone free to wear the mask or not.
Anyway, employees will once again have to cover their faces all day and the same goes for customers who want to enter Apple stores. If you don’t have a mask on hand, the brand will provide you with one at the entrance. Please note that the “Today At Apple” workshops will not be closing.
Other restrictions already seen in the past are also making a comeback, such as the limited number of people in the store, physical distancing or even more frequent cleaning of products. The mandatory appointment is not yet relevant but could quickly point the tip of his nose.