All residents are encouraged to stay home as much as possible and limit trips for groceries, medicines, and other essentials.
If you must go out, stay at least six feet away from others at all times. Every face-to-face interaction is an opportunity for the coronavirus to spread and impact those at most risk. Staying at home is the most important way to slow the spread of the virus during this pandemic.
Many stores are offering special hours reserved for vulnerable residents, including senior adults and those with underlying health concerns. In addition to special hours, several stores offer home delivery and curbside pickup (a fee may be required).
Harris Teeter reserves 6-7am on Mondays and Thursdays for in-store shoppers age 60 and older. ExpressLane Online Shopping pickup times from 9am-2pm on Thursdays are reserved for these shoppers with the $4.95 fee waived (use code: SD60). Home delivery is also offered for seniors during these times for $5 (used code: SDDEL).
Ingles Markets reserves 7-8 a.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to senior shoppers, first responders, and those with compromised immune systems.
Target reserves the first hour of shopping each Wednesday for vulnerable guests, including the elderly, pregnant women, and those with underlying health concerns. Same-day delivery is available with a four-week free trial of Shipt (annual plan and pay-per-order delivery fees apply after trial).
Walgreens reserves 8-9 a.m. on Tuesdays for senior citizens, as well as their caregivers and immediate families.