According to Uber, the verification selfie uses object detection technology to determine whether a person is wearing a mask showing their mouth and nose are covered. More than 3. 5 million drivers and delivery people on Uber Eats have completed more than 100 million mask verifications to date, the company said. Uber’s "No Mask, No Ride" policy was extended indefinitely throughout the U. S. and Canada in July and the company sends notifications to riders reminding them to wear a face covering before their driver arrives.
Uber announced Tuesday that it is extending the mask verification feature used with drivers since mid-May to some riders in the U. S. and Canada by the end of September. The company has required drivers and riders wear masks since May amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Walmart will require shoppers to wear face masks starting next week, the US retail giant announced on July 15, joining an increasing number of businesses in mandating the protection amid the latest spike in coronavirus cases.
Starting Monday, July 20, BJ’s Wholesale Club will be required to wear face masks as a precaution against the coronavirus COVID-19. AMY NEWMAN, NORTHJERSEY.
Starbucks required customers wear face masks starting July 15 Ted S.
Kohl’s will require shoppers wear face coverings at its more than 1,100 stores nationwide starting July 20.
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