STATEWIDE — Meijer will provide free N95 masks to customers who need them at its stores across Indiana and the Midwest.
The grocery store chain will offer the masks as part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ free mask program.
Meijer says it has received approximately three million N95 masks and will offer the masks to shoppers at no charge.
The masks will be in boxes set on a table near the Meijer Greeter stand at the grocery entrance. The Greeter will place the masks in piles of three for shoppers to take.
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