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Menards now requiring face masks, not allowing children in stores

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This combination of March 11, 2020 photos made by investigators with the Michigan Attorney General’s Office shows a $4.47 shelf price sticker for a gallon of Clorox bleach and $8.99 on a price scanner for the same item at a Menards store in Jackson, Mich. (Michigan Attorney General’s Office via AP)

Editors note: This story has been updated to indicate that the changes are dependent on the store location and provides information for finding out if your local store participates.

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNW) – Menards is making changes to store policy in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, including requiring everyone to wear face masks and not allowing children under 16 in their stores.

According to the company’s websiteat some locations, all shoppers now have to wear a face mask or face covering while in the store. They do have masks available for people to buy if they don’t bring one.

The store also said children under the age of 16 and pets are not allowed in stores, with the exception of service dogs. If a child looks younger than 16, they will be asked to show a driver’s license or other forms of identification.

Some other changes to the stores include reduced store hours, social distancing markers, and increased cleaning.

To find the restrictions in place at your local store, visit Menards.com and select your store at the top of the page before clicking the link to the store’s health and safety plan.

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