Covid-19 Update | May 21st

May 21, 2021 | covid-19

In order to ensure the highest level of safety for all shoppers and workers, Belfast Co-op will continue to require masks of all while in our store.  The requirement is in place regardless of a person’s vaccination status.  Shop for Me is our free service available to all if you are unable to come into the store.

On May 13, Governor Mills announced that as of May 24 many of the restrictions put in place to curtail Covid-19 transmission in the state would be lifted in accordance with the revised CDC guidelines.  Businesses continue to be allowed to set their own mask policies.  

Throughout this entire ordeal, the constant has been the Co-op’s dedication to maintaining the safety and wellbeing of both our workers and the community that we serve.  If we hold that as our highest priority, this sudden change in protocols feels like an abrupt departure that threatens both the physical and psychological safety that we have spent the past fourteen months preserving. The Belfast Co-op is here for you so that our community will always have reliable, safe access to good local food. 

We will continue to monitor guidance from national, state, and local legislative and regulatory bodies as things progress.  We will continue to provide updates on any operational changes and encourage our community to continue to follow all the recommendations that keep our neighbors and families safe. You may go to our website: for any and all updates regarding our guidelines.

Questions or concerns may be directed to:   Management will respond within 24 hours.

Thank you for your continued support of the Co-op

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