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Supermarkets and hours of operation for Seniors

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    Hours For Seniors

    Seniors are Americans who have reached the age of 65. It is a practice where older folk are given the opportunity or specified time to shop in the market or store. Only the elderly are allowed to shop at this time, and vice versa. The duration can range from one hour to more than two hours. The idea first came to light when the US and has acknowledged the COVID-19 epidemic and has helped to reduce the spread of COVID-19 to a certain extent. It is also the moment for individuals with disabilities to shop. To obtain additional information please check out

    The elderly are usually at higher risk. The rate of mortality is even higher. Stores such as Trader Joe's also have hours specifically for senior citizens to create a safe space for the elderlies looking to stock up their needs. The Hours For Seniors is open on Sunday and Wednesday. However, it is not at the time of the morning.

    Hours For Seniors

    The Stop and Shops have enforced specific hours not just for the elderly , but also for others who are vulnerable and at risk, such as pregnant women, those with disabilities, elderlies and people from communities that are vulnerable The hours they offer for seniors are open for anyone over the age of 60 in the beginning of the day between 6 and 7 A.M. In any case, these preventive measures are beneficial for those who are vulnerable, providing carefree and safe shopping hours to meet their needs.