Not sure if there was a mask requirement. I saw a lot of people including children/tweens not masked indoors. Mixing vaccined (presumably vaccined) people with non vaccined and/or unmasked people, especially older (possibly immune compromised) demographics (there were many seniors today) is dangerous. It is more than who is in the room; being exposed to unvaxxed and/or unmasked persons whom you are not sure of how they are socially distancing or otherwise taking precautions in their own lives to minimize the risk of exposure for others put the people who are in the room taking precautions for their friends/family/coworkers who may be in close contact with immune compromised persons or other compromised demographics at risk. Some staff did not wear their masks over their nose. I am fully vaxxed and wear masks. I understand a vaccine isn’t the end all be all. There is always a risk. But everyone can do something to minimize exposure for others. You don’t know if the people in the service waiting room are going home to or seeing at work or church or wherever that may be are compromised because of Pre existing conditions, have respiratory issues, have limited access to get a vaccine, or they can’t get vaccinated because they are allergic to something in the vaccine. Our actions or inactions affect more than the people who are with us immediately in the room. There was occasional wiping of tables with a spray and microfiber towel. Staff wore masks from what I saw, but not all staff was wearing it over their nose. You are supposed to cover your nose and chin. There was a sign somewhere something about one person in the snack area at a time but only realized that after my mom made we aware of it. There were definitely more than one person in that area at a time. It is a small area. If you want it enforced maybe put it in a more prominent spot in line of sight of snacks or drinks. It is not really easy to socially distance when everyone needs to get work done, but we were able to create some space between us and other customers.