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McDonald's Will Require Customers To Wear Masks In US Restaurants

By Dave Simpson

McDonald's Corp has said that it will require customers to wear face masks in its US restaurants from next month as new coronavirus cases surge across the country.

The world's largest fast-food chain also said that it will extend its pause on the reopening of dining rooms in the United States for another 30 days.

At the start of July, McDonald's had planned to pause the reopening of its dine-in service in the US by 21 days, according to a letter seen by Reuters.

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Other companies, including Walmart Inc, Target Corp and Starbucks Corp, have also made masks compulsory.

Training To Deal With Customer Who Decline To Wear Masks

McDonald's said that it will train its employees to address customers who decline to wear a face covering in a "friendly, expedited way".

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