Target to limit customers in stores, give employees face masks and gloves
03 Avril, 2020, 23:12 | Auteur: Auguste Feret
Target has announced that it will start monitoring stores and limit the number of people shopping beginning Saturday.
Employees at all Target stores and distribution centers will receive "high-quality disposable face masks and gloves" to wear during their shifts, Target said.
The Minneapolis retailer said in a news release that beginning Saturday, April 4, it "will actively monitor and, when needed, meter guest traffic in its almost 1,900 stores nationwide to promote social distancing".
"We're incredibly proud of the commitment our more than 350,000 front-line team members have demonstrated to ensure millions of guests can count on Target, and we'll continue to focus our efforts on supporting them", says John Mulligan, Target's chief operating officer.
La rumeur d'un échange Neymar-Griezmann relancée — PSG
Autrement dit, la star de la Seleção n'est plus à son meilleur niveau depuis son arrivée dans la capitale française. Nous conservons ce que Neymar a acquis tout au long de la saison, car nous sommes au milieu de la saison.
Target announced Thursday that it is adding new measures to promote safety and social distancing to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Occupancy limits will vary based on the size of the store. They plan to set up designated waiting areas inside and outside the stores, with markers to help with social distancing, for when too many customers have arrived.
Target has announced news measures to keep its employees and shoppers safe. Masks and gloves will also be provided to Target's Shipt shoppers as they enter stores.
Target has increased hourly wages for employees through at least May 2, and it is offering paid leave for quarantined or ill employees. It is also reserving the first hour of each Wednesday to elderly guests and people with underlying health concerns.
Le confinement a visiblement permis à Mauro Icardi de réfléchir à son avenir, et l'attaquant argentin a décidé de quitter le PSG. Si ça n'est pas le cas, le principal concerné retournera alors à l'Inter, avant peut-être de trouver un autre club.
He was like 'Don't worry about it, man. "You're good.' I really appreciate that he took that time", he went on to explain. The 32-year-old High School Musical alum opened up to host Sean Evans during Hot Ones , published Thursday (April 2).
Alex Cora, who was Houston's bench coach in 2017, lost his job as Boston's manager as a result of the scandal. The Astros won the World Series in 2017 and the Red Sox, with Cora as a rookie manager, won in 2018.
And as if that wasn't enough, the two are also sending gift cards to every nurse and doctor on Kimball's hospital floor. Now we just wish we were key workers, we are SO jealous she got to meet Jennifer Aniston , even if it was virtually.
Withers released his final album, Watching You Watching Me , in 1985, before going into early retirement. Other major hits of the singer include " Ain't No Sunshine , ' 'Just The Two Of Us " and 'Lovely Day '.
That person is Bill Gates , and in an op-ed he wrote for The Washington Post he laid out a three-step plan for beating the virus. In some states, beaches are still open; in others, restaurants still serve sit-down meals. "This is a recipe for disaster".
Earlier this week, Health Minister Danielle McCann said the province had gone through a year's worth of equipment in a month. Despite the high number of cases in Montreal, Legault and Drouin both said there were no plans to quarantine the city.
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On March 11, a rocket attack on Camp Taji killed two United States soldiers and one British service member, and wounded 14 others. Following American airstrikes days later on bases in western Iraq and eastern Syria, an angry mob attempted to storm the U.S.
Pas de reprise début mai ! (off.) — Ang
La Ligue sera en contact régulier avec la PFA, et le syndicat et la LMA se joindront à une réunion qui se tiendra demain entre la Ligue, les joueurs et les représentants des clubs.