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The largest vendor in Yellowstone National Park will now require visitors to wear face coverings while in its facilities.

In an announcement shared on the Yellowstone National Park Lodges website Thursday, Xanterra Travel Collection said that as part of its commitment to provide a safe environment for employees and customers, a decision had been made to require all visitors to wear face coverings while in the indoor public areas of its facilities and in outdoor areas where proper social distancing isn’t possible.

These areas include lobbies, hallways, gift shops, restaurants, offices, indoor/outdoor lines and sightseeing vehicles and boats.
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