Target Made Change At All Stores After Closing To Customers During Pandemic


Target said it plans to reopen fitting rooms at all of its stores this week after more than a year of being closed to customers due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

The company said it began opening some of the dressing rooms on Memorial Day weekend, and all were expected to reopen by June 1. 

The only exception is "a small number" of fitting rooms being used for vaccine administration, and a Target spokesperson told FOX Television Stations. 

Target, which operates hundreds of CVS pharmacies inside its stores, offers COVID-19 vaccines at several locations nationwide and has made some fitting rooms available for the endeavor. 

In recent days, Target and other major retailers have announced other significant changes following updated mask guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — including the end of requiring face coverings for fully vaccinated shoppers.


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