As states across the country look toward easing restrictions on social distancing, retailers are grappling with how to keep their customers safe when doors reopen. Some, like GearHeads Outdoor Store in Moab, have purchased large hand-washing stations. Others are considering restrictions on how many people may be inside the store at once. And many are considering mandating, suggesting, or offering face masks to customers.

Retailers, we want to know where you stand on customers wearing masks. Will you require it, strongly encourage it, or leave it up to each individual who walks through the door?

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