Vail Resorts goes back to mask requirements indoors

Vail Resorts reverted back to face covering requirements Tuesday for all of the company’s enclosed indoor buildings, vehicles and yurts.

Local establishments like the Tavern On The Square restaurant, Vail Sports retail shop, Arrabelle hotel and the Red Sky Golf Club clubhouse and fitness facility informed visitors via signs outside the establishments on Tuesday that masks are required to enter.

Many Vail Resorts businesses operate adjacent to U.S. Forest Service lands and all of the U.S. Forest Service’s federal buildings are requiring masks currently. Those looking for information in person at the Eagle-Holy Cross Ranger District office in Minturn, for example, will also have to wear a mask.

Vail Resorts, on Tuesday, said as a company, the health and safety of guests and employees is its top priority.

Face coverings are not required on gondolas, chairlifts or open tents unless required by local public health.

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