Starbucks announced it will require customers to wear a facial covering while visiting any of its company-owned cafe locations in the United States starting July 15.
The company announced the move on Thursday saying it’s “prioritizing the health and well-being of partners (employees) and customers.”
Starbucks said the requirement will apply to anyone wishing to enter a location. Customers not wearing coverings will be able to pick up their order in the drive-thru or use curbside pickup through the Starbucks app.
Our priority is the health and well-being of our partners (employees) and customers. Starting July 15, U.S. company-owned Starbucks locations will require customers to wear facial coverings while visiting the café. Learn more: https://t.co/ldDfwTRe3n pic.twitter.com/1m0cMKChoV— Starbucks News (@StarbucksNews) July 9, 2020