What changes is Walmart doing in the face of the increase in COVID-19 cases?

Despite the fact that 2020 is finally ending, the coronavirus pandemic does not seem to be about to do so. For this reason, Walmart has once again had to make changes and adapt to face

Walmart is extending its hours during the holiday shopping season and ahead of Black Friday to ensure that its stores do not exceed visitor capacity limits due to the increase in coronavirus cases.

As of this Saturday, November 14, most of the company's stores will be open from 7 in the morning until 11 at night, but some branches could close earlier if indicated by the local authorities.

This is the second time that Walmart has increased hours after reducing them since March in the middle of the

Senior citizens

The multinational retail corporation will continue to offer special shopping hours for people over 60 years old, one hour before stores open to the general public each Tuesday morning.

Black Friday and Thanksgiving Day

The world's largest retailer announced that this year Black Friday sales will take place throughout the month of November and several of the branches will open their doors from 5 in the morning.

The chain's stores will close on Thanksgiving for the first time since the late 1980s as will other retailers like Target and Best Buy.

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