Some states have loosened up on coronavirus restrictions while others have shuttered businesses and bars once again. Despite state and local policies, some private businesses are taking safety matters into their own hands to slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep both employees and customers safer. According to the CDC, wearing a face covering reduces your risk of spreading the virus, and the following chains are now requiring that all shoppers wear one.
Costco was one of the first major chains to require all customers to wear a face covering. So next time you head in to stock up on items you should always buy at Costco, bring your mask.
Panera Bread customers looking to pick up free unlimited coffee must wear a face mask upon arrival, as they’re now required at all U.S. locations unless you are seated and eating or drinking.
As of July 21, all customers are required to wear face coverings over their noses and mouths while inside Publix, America’s favorite grocery store.
All consumers must wear a face covering at BJ’s starting July 20. Those who cannot or don’t want to may have their food items delivered instead.
Whether you’re going to CVS to pick up a prescription or frozen pizza, know that the store is requiring all customers to wear face coverings starting July 20.
H-E-B is as iconic to Texas as pecan pie, and all of the chain’s customers must wear face masks in-store.
The only thing standing between you and the best Trader Joe’s finds under $5 is a face mask. All guests are required to wear one while shopping.
Starting Aug. 1, Target is requiring all consumers to wear face masks in every store. Those without will be provided with one at the entrance.
Starting July 20, Walmart will require all shoppers to wear face coverings to reduce the spread of coronavirus in every state.
Sam’s Club — a fan-favorite grocery store owned by Walmart — will also require face masks in all stores.
Walgreens requires all customers to wear face masks to slow the spread of coronavirus and potentially save lives, just as social distancing has done.
Starting July 20, all Kohl’s shoppers are required to wear face masks. Here’s how to wear one properly.
If you’re in Whole Foods loading your cart with healthy brain foods you should be eating, store policy indicates that you need to wear a mask. If you don’t have one, a team member will give you one at the door.
Regional supermarket chain Schnucks will require all customers to wear face coverings at all locations beginning July 20.
Next time you head to Aldi for cleaning products and foods that you should always buy generic, wear your mask. It’s required beginning July 27.
Effective July 22, Kroger will require face masks for all shoppers. Why? Health officials maintain that wearing one helps slow the spread of coronavirus, though that’s not all there is to know about proper COVID-19 etiquette. Do your part and adhere to these behaviors to maneuver through these uncertain times.
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