Over the past couple weeks, we’ve all been stocking up on food and essentials so we don’t have to leave our houses very often. One of the places that people have been running to is Costco. Costco allows us to stock up on what we need and they’ve made it easier for seniors to shop before the daily rush.
But now, Costco is changing up some things in an effort to keep us safer. Starting Friday, April 3rd, when you visit a Costco store, they will only be allowing two people to enter with each membership card. This move is meant to help with social distancing and to keep Costco members and employees safe.
Costco warehouses will also be open from 8am to 9am on both Tuesdays and Thursdays for members 60 years old and older or members that have physical impairments. At this time, the pharmacy will also be open if you also need to pick up prescriptions.
Costco warehouses are also closing at 6:30pm every weeknight (gas stations close at 7pm). Weekend hours will stay the same.
You can stay up-to-date on updates from Costco by visiting their website.
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