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Walmart Is Bringing Back the One Thing Customers Have Missed Most

Best Life Logo By Paul Thompson of Best Life | Slide 1 of 5: The coronavirus pandemic has caused us all to make adjustments to every aspect of our daily lives, from the minor (like washing our hands more regularly) to the major (like doing work and school from home). But there's been one mainstay amid the changes that we've depended on more than ever, grocery shopping, though it's also looked a little different these days. Now, one of the most trusted names in the game is bringing back something customers have been longing for since Walmart changed many of its policies for safety purposes in March. According to its Twitter account, Walmart will be extending its hours in mid-November—that is, unless government regulations don't allow them to do so. Read on for the details, and if you're wondering when to avoid this superstore, check out This Is the Absolute Worst Time to Shop at Walmart, Employees Say."Starting November 14, Walmart stores and Neighborhood Markets will be open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. until further notice," the company tweeted on Oct. 23. "This will give customers more time to shop and help us disperse traffic throughout the day. Stores with more reduced hours will keep current hours of operation." Currently, the hours are 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.Walmart representatives told a local news station in Syracuse, New York that the expanded hours will still include a special shopping hour every Tuesday for people age 60 and older and other individuals who are most vulnerable to COVID. This will be held one hour before the store opens and both pharmacies and vision centers will be available during this time.According to the retail giant's spokespeople, the company's stores will continue health and safety measures, such as social distancing, health screenings, plastic barriers at the registers, and requiring face masks. Read on to discover additional Walmart changes you should know about, and for more on when you should hit up the store, check out This Is the Best Time of Month to Score Walmart Deals.Read the original article on Best Life.

Walmart Is Bringing Back the One Thing Customers Have Missed Most

The coronavirus pandemic has caused us all to make adjustments to every aspect of our daily lives, from the minor (like washing our hands more regularly) to the major (like doing work and school from home). But there's been one mainstay amid the changes that we've depended on more than ever, grocery shopping, though it's also looked a little different these days. Now, one of the most trusted names in the game is bringing back something customers have been longing for since Walmart changed many of its policies for safety purposes in March. According to its Twitter account, Walmart will be extending its hours in mid-November—that is, unless government regulations don't allow them to do so. Read on for the details, and if you're wondering when to avoid this superstore, check out This Is the Absolute Worst Time to Shop at Walmart, Employees Say.

"Starting November 14, Walmart stores and Neighborhood Markets will be open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. until further notice," the company tweeted on Oct. 23. "This will give customers more time to shop and help us disperse traffic throughout the day. Stores with more reduced hours will keep current hours of operation." Currently, the hours are 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Walmart representatives told a local news station in Syracuse, New York that the expanded hours will still include a special shopping hour every Tuesday for people age 60 and older and other individuals who are most vulnerable to COVID. This will be held one hour before the store opens and both pharmacies and vision centers will be available during this time.

According to the retail giant's spokespeople, the company's stores will continue health and safety measures, such as social distancing, health screenings, plastic barriers at the registers, and requiring face masks. Read on to discover additional Walmart changes you should know about, and for more on when you should hit up the store, check out This Is the Best Time of Month to Score Walmart Deals.

Read the original article on Best Life.

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