Grand Rapids, Michigan-based Meijer will be participating in the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services’ mask program that will provide free N95 masks to customers when entering across the Midwest.
Meijer has received an estimated 3 million masks, which have been made available for no charge to any customer who needs them.
The N95 masks will be in boxes set on a table near the Meijer greeter stand at the grocery entrance. The greeter, who will be wearing gloves, will place the N95 masks in piles of three for the customers to take.
This is the latest effort by Meijer, and its pharmacies, to continue to help its communities during the ongoing challenges from the pandemic.
Meijer continues to administer COVID-19 vaccines, including boosters, to eligible individuals. To date, the retailer has administered more than 2.8 million doses. All eligible individuals are encouraged to get their vaccine at their local Meijer pharmacy.
Meijer is a retailer that operates more than 258 supercenters and grocery stores throughout Michigan, Ohio,
For additional information, visit meijer.com.
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