May 17, 2021

Important information around our business operations due to COVID-19

New Mask Policy - May 17, 2021

On Thursday, May 13th the CDC issued updated guidelines concerning the wearing of masks while indoors.  Peach State has been following CDC guidelines throughout the duration of the COVID-19 outbreak regarding proper health and safety protocols. Considering the new guidelines established by the CDC the following mask policies are now in effect in all PSTC locations:

  • IF you are fully vaccinated you are not required to wear a mask while in a Peach State facility (See exceptions below). The CDC defines fully vaccinated as two weeks after your final vaccine dose.
  • If you have been diagnosed by a medical professional as having had the COVID-19 virus within the last 5 months you are not required to wear a mask.  If it has been more than 5 months you will need to be vaccinated or you will need to resume wearing a mask.

Some Exceptions:

  • If you prefer to wear a mask, or for our employee to wear a mask, please make that request to the employee. 
  • If one of our location is subject to a local ordinance that has different requirements that location will have those requirements posted.

Peach State expects all customers to act with integrity and be honest as to your vaccination status.  We also expect our employees to respect the views of others if they elect to not be vaccinated and continue wearing a mask. 

Dear valued customer,

Our top priority is your health and the health of our employees. We understand how important it is for you to keep your trucks up and running during these unprecedented times and we will continue to do everything we can to support you as you continue to deliver life-sustaining products.

We have been consistently monitoring and adjusting our operations and policies over these last months including the Georgia COVID-19 Statute (SB359), which states: "Warning-under Georgia law, there is no liability for an injury or death of an individual entering these premises if such injury or death results from the inherit risks of contracting covid-19.  You are assuming this risk by entering these premises."