People who aren't vaccinated will still be required to mask up.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Customers and employees who are fully vaccinated won’t have to wear masks in Giant Eagle anymore.

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The company announced that they’ll follow the CDC’s guidance, no longer requiring masks for people who are fully vaccinated at stores or GetGo locations starting on Monday.

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People who aren’t fully vaccinated will be required to mask up.

If you aren’t vaccinated yet, you can get a COVID-19 shot at Giant Eagle, with in-store pharmacies offering walk-up availability.

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Giant Eagle is one of many grocery stores getting rid of masks for those fully vaccinated. Aldi also joined the list Tuesday, saying they’ve also adopted the CDC’s guidance.