A huge change related to the pandemic just happened at Target stores throughout the nation including in Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Illinois.  And yes, it involves the controversial topic of masks.

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Target Makes a Change to Their Mask Policy for Employees and Guests

50% of people will like this and I can almost guarantee we will see a population of people say that they are now boycotting Target because of the latest decision.  Regardless of your opinion, Target made a statement today regarding masks in their stores.

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The health and safety of our guests and team members have been Target’s top priority throughout the pandemic. As COVID-19 cases continue to decline across the country, Target will not require our U.S. team members or guests to wear masks, as local regulations allow. We’ll follow all state and local COVID-19 safety regulations and encourage our team members and guests to consult the latest public health guidance, get vaccinated and make decisions to keep themselves and their families safe. - Target.com

You can learn more about the COVID protocols that are still in place here.

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12 Products That You Might Have a Hard Time Finding on Store Shelves in Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Illinois.

Heads up!  If you are out shopping or putting together your online grocery order, prices of several items are slowly increasing but another concern is even more alarming.  Shortages are starting to be a little more noticeable with 12 items throughout the United States and stores in Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin are seeing the impact.

12 Items That Are Experiencing Shortages in 2022

As you are creating your online grocery order or shopping at the grocery store, you may have already noticed that we are seeing store shelves that aren't quite as full. Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois shoppers are experiencing these shortages as they are out shopping but it has also been noticeable throughout the entire country. According to USAToday.com, the following items could be sparse on store shelves due to a large variety of reasons including some of the following: COVID, global supply chain disruptions, and weather-related events.