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Here’s How You Can Make Your Target Run Even Safer

A Bullseye View | December 7, 2020

Since the pandemic first began, guests have turned to Target for essentials including groceries, medicine, cleaning supplies and work-and-learn-from home gear. Target's goal is to create a convenient, flexible shopping experience for guests and team members. While Target does their part, they encourages guests to follow these tips to make everyone's shopping experience even safer.

  • Make a list and check it twice. With a shopping list you are able to move quickly through the store and limit your number of trips.

  • Wash up. Wash your hands thoroughly before and after you shop, and use the hand sanitizer available in-store.

  • Mask up. The CDC notes that masks play a role in preventing the spread of coronavirus. Based on that guidance, masks are required in Target stores with the exception of those with underlying medical conditions and young children.

  • Shop solo—and skip the lines. If you can, please shop alone. Target continues to monitor—and when needed, meter—how many people are in stores at a time to help promote social distancing. Save a spot in line on and we'll text you when it's your turn to come inside.

  • Look and listen for—and follow—signs and announcements. Throughout the store, you’ll find signs and hear announcements reminding guests of the CDC’s guidance to give others 6 feet of space.

  • Consider contactless payment options. Pay via Wallet, the mobile payment option in the Target app, for quick and easy checkout in-store. Target also offers same-day-pickup and delivery options to order from home.

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