Grocery stores are setting time aside to protect their older shoppers, most allowing people 60 and older to come in just after the shelves have been stocked and the stores thoroughly cleansed.
Here’s a quick run down of who is doing what:
HEB is working with a delivery service Favor.Call 833-397-0080 from 11 am to 3 pm and you'll be assigned a personal shopper to fulfill your order. Here are their details: https://newsroom.heb.com/h-e-b-launches-community-care-efforts-across-the-state-to-assist-our-most-vulnerable-neighbors/
And they’re really going all out to flatten the curve. They have information here: https://newsroom.heb.com/heb-news/articles/h-e-b-is-ready-and-here-for-texas/
Whole Foods is restricting shopping to 60 and older in the one hour before open for other customers. It can vary by store so they have this nifty map to help: https://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/stores
Randall’s offers preference to shoppers 60 and older Tuesday and Wednesday from 7 to 9 am, but it's voluntary.
Walgreen's is open on Tuesday from 8 to 9 am when only people 55+ can shop.
Dollar General Stores, which mostly open at 8, are reserving the first hour for seniors.
Target - 8-9 am Wednesdays.
Food Town limits shopping to only seniors 65+ from 7-8 am daily.
Costco is open for customers over the age of 60 from on Tuesday and Thursdays from 8-9 am.
Trader Joe's offers shopping for seniors from 9 to 10 am.