LORAIN, Ohio — Two Meijer stores in Northeast Ohio are set to open next month, according a news release from the company.
The 155,000 square-foot stores in Lorain and Brimfield are scheduled to open on July 9. Each store will offer fresh groceries, a deli counter, garden center and pharmacy. They also include a section for electronics, toys, sporting gear and apparel.
According to Meijer, each store will follow safety protocols to keep the public and its employees safe.
- Social distancing
- Plexiglass shields at registers
- Employee health screenings
- Temperature checks
Customers are asked to wear masks per state guidelines. While masks are not mandatory in Ohio, Gov. Mike DeWine and the Ohio Board of Health highly recommend wearing them.
Meijer operates 248 stores in several states, and most recently, opened stores in Avon, Mentor and Stow.
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