Menards Not Allowing Children Under Age 16 in Stores
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Retailers are taking unprecedented measures to reduce the spread of coronavirus.
Home improvement store Menards recently announced on its website that due to the COVID-19 crisis, it will no longer allow children under the age of 16 inside stores. If a customer looks like they are under the age of 16, they will be asked to show a driver’s license as proof of age before they enter the store.
The Menards website also states that pets are prohibited from entering the store although service dogs are still welcome.