Greyhound bus line will require riders to wear masks
Greyhound already mandated that employees wear masks, but it will extend the policy to all customers this month.
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Greyhound riders will be in for a sweeping change come May 13 when the nation's largest bus line will require all customers to wear masks.
The company announced the new requirement on Wednesday, saying it's another policy to help slow the spread of the coronavirus, which causes COVID-19. Children under the age of 2 and those can't wear a mask due to medical reasons will be exempt from the new rule.