By CBSBoston.com Staff

BOSTON (CBS) — Starting Saturday, Hannaford grocery stores in Massachusetts will no longer require fully vaccinated shoppers to wear a face mask. The same policy is already in place at Hannaford supermarkets in New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont.

Hannaford said masks will still be required at locations in towns with mask mandates.

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Unvaccinated customers are still asked to wear a mask.

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Click here for a list of major retailers that are ending their face mask requirements.

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Massachusetts is dropping its face mask mandate for fully vaccinated people and other coronavirus restrictions on businesses Saturday.

CBSBoston.com Staff