'Senior Shopper' hours: Designated for the elderly & vulnerable amid coronavirus pandemic
BATON ROUGE- Groceries stores in East Baton Rouge Parish are falling in line with their counterparts across the country by dedicating early morning hours to elderly shoppers, who are most vulnerable to contracting COVID-19.
EBR Parish locations that have designated 'Senior Shopping' hours are listed below:
ALEXANDER'S HIGHLAND MARKET
18111 Highland Rd, Baton Rouge, LA 70809
7:00 – 8:00 A.M.
STORES WILL HOST AN HOUR-LONG SENIOR SHOPPING EVENT EVERY TUESDAY FOR CUSTOMERS 60 AND OLDER
Click here for additional details regarding changes to the Walmart shopping experience as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
RESERVE THE FIRST HOUR OF SHOPPING EACH WEDNESDAY AT STORES NATIONWIDE FOR VULNERABLE GUESTS
FROM 7 TO 9 A.M. ON TUESDAY AND THURSDAY
7529 Corporate Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA 70809
60 AND OLDER SHOP ONE HOUR BEFORE OPENING TO THE PUBLIC
THE FIRST HOUR EACH DAY
STORES ARE RESERVING FIRST HOUR OF EACH DAY FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
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