LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — With COVID-19 cases beginning to rise again throughout the country, Best Buy says it will require all customers to wear face coverings while shopping in its stores.
The new requirement begins on July 15.
Last month, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak issued a directive that made wearing a mask in public spaces a requirement throughout the state. This latest announcement from Best Buy extends throughout the company nationwide.
The company says it will provide the following at all stores:
- Provide a face covering if a customer doesn’t have one and allow small children and those unable to wear one for health reasons to enter stores without one.
- Offer 24/7 shopping at Best Buy via our website and app for any customer who has a concern about wearing a mask.
- Offer home delivery or contactless curbside pickup, which remains in place at all our stores.
More details can be found at bestbuy.com.