MAKERS | NOT DONE: Women Remaking America
MAKERS | NOT DONE: Women Remaking America
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Walmart reopened two of its Supercenter locations in Chicago over the weekend which had temporarily shut down this summer amid civil unrest. The extensive remodels being unveiled at the pair of Supercenters include the additions of adjacent Walmart Health centers.The residents of the Windy City now have access to two of the city's four Walmart Supercenters located in the neighborhoods of Austin and Chatham. The remaining two locations at 4626 W. Diversey Ave. and 10900 S. Doty Ave. are currently undergoing similar upgrades, with no official word yet on when they'll reopen. (Related: 8 Grocery Items That May Soon Be in Short Supply.)The stores were damaged by looters amid widespread civil unrest at the end of May. As part of Walmart's commitment to the Chicago community, the company vowed to rebuild and reopen the four Supercenters with expanded services, including Walmart Academies for associate training and ongoing learning. The company is also partnering with local health providers on its state-of-the-art Walmart Health centers, which will bring affordable primary care; labs; X-ray and diagnostics; and counseling, dental and hearing services to the community."We're making changes we're proud of, to reflect the nature of a community we want to do more than just exist in. These spaces stand as a renewed commitment to a city that has been through a lot this year—and has proven time and again that it can emerge from any challenge with renewed ambitions. It's an attitude we're trying to emulate," Keith Wyche, vice president, community engagement&support at Walmart, said in a statement.The remodels are designed to improve shopper experience by saving customers time and money, according to Supermarket News. They'll also feature new measures implemented by the company to protect shoppers and associates during the COVID-19 pandemic.Don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.
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The coronavirus pandemic has continued to worsen around the world, but especially in the United States. More than 258,000 Americans have died from the highly infectious virus since the first domestic death was reported in February 2020, and the number continues to increase at a shocking rate. Here is the good news: catching the virus, and subsequently spreading it, is preventable. In addition to wearing a mask, social distancing, and practicing hand hygiene, you can be smart about where you go and who you interact with. Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert and Director of the National Institutes of Health, repeatedly discusses the best ways to avoid a COVID-19 infection. Of these, avoiding specific places is on the top of his list. Here are three places you are very likely to get infected with the virus, according to Dr. Fauci, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.Don't Go to BarsDr. Fauci has been incredibly vocal about the danger of drinking or spending time at bars, due to not only the inability to socially distance and unlikelihood of mask wearing, but also because most bars aren't ventilated well. "If you have a choice between closing the schools and closing the bars, close the bars," Fauci stated during a recent interview with Yahoo! News. Avoid Social Gatherings—Especially During the HolidaysSocial gatherings — including Thanksgiving celebrations — are incredibly risky in terms of transmission potential. "People need to remember that the kinds of infections that we're seeing now are infections in this, in the exact setting—a dinner, a social gathering, 5, 10, 15 people seemingly innocently and inadvertently getting together enjoying themselves," Fauci told the Washington Post. "But what we're seeing, given the fact that people who are asymptomatic, namely without symptoms, who can come into that sort of setting and inadvertently and innocently infecting people, because you're indoors, you're not wearing a mask. You don't have the kind of ventilation and moving of air that you have on the outside."This includes immediate family. "We are actually seeing in reality—not hypothetically, but in reality—we're starting to see a considerable number of instances of cases where you have that same sort of innocent family and friends gathering indoors that are turning into places where the virus is spread. So to the extent possible as difficult it is from a social standpoint to avoid that, please try to avoid that and constrain the kinds of things you do to the immediate family and people that you assure that they're being careful."RELATED: COVID Symptoms Usually Appear in This Order, Study FindsDon't Hang Out Inside a RestaurantDuring the summer months, Dr. Fauci was not opposed to dining inside of a restaurant. However, now that most dining has shifted indoors and the infection rate is high, he maintains that takeout is a much better option. "If we're in the hot zone the way we are now, where there's so many infections around, I would feel quite uncomfortable even being in a restaurant. And particularly if it was at full capacity," Fauci told the New York Times. So don't go there, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch Coronavirus.