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Since the programs are not mandatory, though, it’s unclear how popular they will become and the extent to which officers will participate.
Soon after they left, a mandatory evacuation order went into effect.
Apple now says that, while developers will be able to implement this notification and request for permission, doing so will no longer be mandatory when iOS 14 launches sometime in the next couple of months.
That same study asked travelers what they needed to feel comfortable boarding an airplane, and the top three responses were mandatory masks, seating spaced six feet apart, and pre-boarding temperature checks.
The surveys are not mandatory, so employees can opt out if they choose.
This would be a mandatory conversation a worker must have in order to complete the data elements.
Jefferson County in Texas put in place a mandatory evacuation order for all except essential personnel, it said in a statement.
Face coverings will become mandatory in New Zealand for residents using public transport and inside ride-sharing vehicles, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said Monday.
Extra cleanings, extra hand sanitizer stations and mandatory morning health screenings are all common requirements for test kitchens and their returning employees.
Action on Sugar and Action on Salt praised the advertising and promotion announcements, but said the government could have gone further and set mandatory reformulation targets for manufacturers.

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