The Philadelphia Inquirer: A Mask Selfie Could Be Part Of Your Next Uber Ride

The next time you’re in an Uber vehicle, you may need to prove that you’re protecting yourself and others from COVID-19.

Passengers reported by a driver to have ditched a mask will soon be made to take a selfie showing they are wearing a face covering before their next trip, the rideshare giant announced Tuesday. Masks have been required since May, enforced upon riders by a checklist agreement, but the latest effort looks to deliver evidence.

View full article in The Philadelphia Inquirer.

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