(CBS4) – Kroger, the company that owns King Soopers stores, will require customers to wear masks starting Wednesday, July 22. Kroger is the largest supermarket chain in the U.S. — with nearly 3,000 grocery stores in 35 states. There are about 20 locations in the Denver metro area.

“With the increase in #COVID19 cases across the country, we are committed to doing our part to help reduce the spread of the virus. Starting July 22, we will require all customers in all locations to wear a mask, joining our associates who continue to wear masks,” Kroger tweeted Wednesday.

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Comments (8)
  1. J.D. Ruybal says:

    I wish I could take credit for: Even on Gilligan’s Island they listened to the professor; Not the millionaire.

  2. Jim says:

    How about those of us that can not wear a mask do to a medical condition?

    1. Common Sense says:

      Curb side delivery

  3. JAMIE says:

    Got to love my pepper spray: fist employee whom so much as touches me and tells me to wear a mask gets it.

    1. Common Sense says:

      Jail house cell waiting for you!

  4. HAHA LOVE TO SEE SOMEONE TRY TO STOP ME..I TRAIN FOR MY MMA FIGHTS DAILY; BRING IT SECURITY. SEE WHAT HAPPENS.

    1. Common Sense says:

      NICE CHOKE HOLD AWAITS YOU!

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