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Benioff Calls For Fine For People Not Wearing Masks

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Marc Benioff, the CEO of Salesforce, a cloud-based software company that serves as a link between customers and companies, is curious and eager to see face masks for safety be a part of everyone’s day to day life. Salesforce is a technology that focuses on customer service, analytics, marketing automation, and application development

The CEO of Salesforce compared the necessary application of face masks for safety when the same scenario was made mandatory with seat belts. Amid the coronavirus, he mentioned it in a conversation with CNN Business on how to fight this pandemic.

Benioff remarked seat belts were made compulsory by the government to control the increasing death rate in accidents, but the people also protected the same with “My body, My Life.” 

The CEO of Salesforce remembered the times when people rejected the idea of wearing seat belts and compared it with the present when people are again refusing to wear a mask. At some point, the government has to step up and work on the same principles of fining people for not wearing a mask as they did with seat belts.

The CEO of Salesforce said it’s a great idea to implement fines on people not to wear a face mask supported and fulfilled by other multinational companies.

Walmart, a multinational-retail of hypermarkets, discount department stores, and grocery stores, has made the use of masks for safety mandatory. By doing this, Walmart becomes the largest retailer in the United States to adopt a mask policy in today’s times of social distancing. It has adopted an obligatory mask policy in its contribution to slowing down the spread of COVID-19 and made it official on 15 July 2020, Wednesday. 

National Retail Federation, the world’s largest retail trade association and industry’s primary lobbying group, is now working on its fundamental policies that will require the use of masks mandatory for the customers. Best Buy, Starbucks, Kohl’s, and Kroger to name a few have started implementing mask-wearing policy at their stores. The pandemic’s seriousness was unconsidered, and the retailers tried to cut more slack policy towards careless customers who didn’t want to carry masks for the safety of others.

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