Target will limit number of store buyers and provide workers with masks and gloves in the midst of a coronavirus pandemic


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MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota – Target has announced new measures to promote social isolation and keep its works safe.

Starting April 4, Target will monitor the number of customers in the store and limit the number of people shopping at the same time. Limits will vary by location and will be based on the size of a store.

Stores will have waiting areas with social distance markers for buyers who have to wait.

The retailer will also provide face masks and gloves to its employees. Stores and distribution centers will receive masks and gloves in the next two weeks, the company said. Package buyers will also receive them.

Last month, Target announced that it would raise the wages of front-line workers at least until May 2. It also offered up to 30 days of paid leave to vulnerable workers, including pregnant women and those over 65.


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