Whataburger Reacts to Mask Mandate Ending


SAN ANGELO, TX – Even as Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced all Texas businesses can reopen to 100 percent capacity on March 10, not all will be ready to open fully.

Whataburger announced they will not be making changes to the health and safety policies currently in place. This includes maintaining restaurants at 50 percent capacity.

“The health and safety of our customers and employees has always been our top priority. We’re aware there will no longer be a statewide mask mandate or capacity limit in Texas as of March 10, however, Whataburger will not be making any changes to our current safety protocols or social distancing practices. Face coverings will continue to be required by all Whataburger employees and we encourage our customers to wear them when visiting our restaurants.”

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