It's the big question for the day, as Kroger just announced they would be offering COVID tests in their stores. I wouldn't be too surprised if stores such as Walmart and Meijer followed suit not far behind.

Personally, and from what I've seen so far on social media, I do not feel comfortable with customers being tested for COVID in a grocery store.

We are already asking at stores such as Meijer, Menards, and Target, to avoid coming in if you currently are or were sick. I wonder, if we open up retail stores to COVID testing, will it be safe for the average shopper who is just there for what they need to survive for the next week?

You'd also be putting the team members who already work there in more harm's way in my opinion, even more so than they were for most of the pandemic. The sick and infected have already probably entered stores while presenting symptoms.

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