Costco has changed its COVID-19 safety policy and now requires all customers, even those with medical conditions, to wear face coverings inside the store.
Starting Monday, November 16, you must wear a face mask or a face shield to enter the store. Only children under two years old are exempt from the new rule, the company said in a press release.
RELATED: List: Face masks required at stores including Walmart, Best Buy, Starbucks
The company's CEO, Craig Jelinek, said those who are unable to wear a face mask due to a medical condition will need to wear a face shield.
Jelinek said the new policy is to help provide a safer environment for Costco's members and employees.
The retailer was one of the first companies to issue a blanket requirement for face coverings at the start of the pandemic.
RELATED | Costco offering at-home coronavirus tests for $130-$140