JCPenney offers designated shopping hours for at-risk customers

JCPenney has announced that it will offer designated shopping hours
for at-risk customers in its newly reopened stores. The retailer
defines at-risk customers as senior citizens, expectant mothers, and
those with underlying health concerns. Stores will be open for only
these shoppers on Wednesdays and Fridays from 11 in the morning until

The retailer currently has 304 reopened stores across the U.S.,
with five additional locations offering contactless curbside

It is using CDC guidelines and state and local mandates to inform
its added precautions, instituting staggered shift schedules, extra
store cleanings and plexiglass shields at registers.

“We continue to listen to our associates and customers and make
additional adjustments as needed,” JCPenney’s executive vice president
of stores, Jim DePaul said in a statement. “We are so grateful to our
associates for helping us navigate through this environment as we
build on our long history and continue the JCPenney story.”


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