Save A Lot stores selling protective face masks

Posted at 1:03 PM, May 20, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-21 13:43:55-04

CLEVELAND — Save A Lot grocery stores announced on Wednesday that protective face masks will soon be available in stores.

The masks are expected to become available in the coming days.

Wearing a mask to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 is something that Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton highly recommends.

Face coverings combined with social distancing helped Ohioans flatten the curve.

The masks that Save A Lot is stocking are individually wrapped, single-use masks that cost 99 cents each. Additionally, there will not be a limit on the number of masks that can be purchased.

The store plans to keep the masks in stock for the “foreseeable future.”

You can find the nearest Save A Lot store, here.

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