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Uber drivers and passengers no longer required to wear masks in Ontario

Uber has announced that they are removing masking requirements for drivers and passengers in Ontario, and across most of Canada.

Prior to today, both Uber and Lyft were one of the few spots where face coverings were still required after mask mandates were dropped in Ontario. This decision had been made by the companies, but now, Uber has confirmed rumours that they’re changing this rule. As of this Friday, April 22nd, masks will no longer be required for drivers or riders.
 


Uber is also encouraging customers and drivers to be respectful of each other’s wishes if they are asked to wear a mask.
 


“Everyone who uses Uber’s platform is expected to make every experience feel safe, respectful, and positive,” the company explains. “As we move forward and mask guidance and COVID-19 protocols continue to evolve, we’re committed to maintaining policies that help everyone on our platform remain as safe as possible.”

Drivers will reportedly be able to cancel a trip for safety reasons if a passenger refuses to wear a mask after being asked. A user can cancel for the same reason, but they’ll be subject to cancellation fees.

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