Coronavirus: Minnesota Grocery Stores Implement New Guidelines


MINNESOTA — Grocery stores in Minnesota have pledged to stay open in order to serve residents during the state's "stay at home" order aimed at slowing the spread of the new coronavirus. Grocers and supermarkets are deemed "essential" by the state government, and residents are allowed to leave their homes in order to buy food.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, the Minnesota Grocers Association has issued several guidelines in order to keep the community safe:

GET THE LIST OF NEW GUIDELINES HERE


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