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Target Puts a Pause On In-Store Returns To Protect Workers

Target Puts a Pause On In-Store Returns To Protect Workers

Target is still open for the time being amid the coronavirus pandemic, but the retail giant is taking precautions to protect its’ employees.

The store announced that they’ll be suspending in-store returns across the country in an effort to protect employees and customers.

“To be extra cautious, Target will stop accepting in-store product returns and exchanges for the next three weeks,” CEO Brian Cornell said in the statement. “But don’t worry if you have a return that expires during that period, because we’ll still honor them three weeks past the holding period.”

Target is also postponing development on a few other company projects including new store openings.

Store employees are also being asked to refrain from handling customers’ reusable bags, offering paper or plastic ones instead and waiving any local fees.

You are still able to use your own eco-friendly reusable bags, but will be asked to pack the bags themselves.

Another retailer has opened up about what their customers are buying at the moment during the pandemic.

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