As concern surrounding COVID-19 grows in local communities, some stores are offering special hours for those who are more at risk. These shoppers include senior citizens, those with serious illness and expecting mothers. See each entry for specific details.
KMTV will continue to update the list of available shopping centers.
Dollar General - 6:00 am - 7:30 am. Open to those 60 and older or with increased susceptibility to serious illness (11 locations throughout Omaha)
Fareway Store - Monday through Saturday (17070 Audrey St, Omaha and 1325 Jersey St, Papillion) 8:00 am – 9:00 am. Open to those 65 and older or with increased susceptibility to serious illness and expecting mothers.
Hy-Vee - 7:00 am– 8:00 am. Open every day for elderly, 'at-risk' and expectant mothers.
Target - Wednesday mornings 7:00 am - 8:00 am. Open for those in the 'at risk' category.
Wal-Mart - Tuesdays 6 am- 7 am starting on March 24 through the end of April. Open seniors only.
Sam's Club - Tuesday and Thursday 7 a.m. - 9 a.m. For seniors and those with disabilities or compromised immune systems. Also offering shop from the car in which shoppers can park at a designated parking locations and can place their order from their car. A Sam's Club employee will retrieve the products for the customer.
Walgreens- Tuesday 8.m - 9 a.m.. Seniors only .
Whole Foods- 8 a.m. everyday. Seniors only.
Costco - Tuesday through Thursday 8 a.m. - 9 a.m.. Seniors, those with physical impairments. The pharmacy will be open, but the Costco Food Court will be closed during these hours.
Aldi- Tuesday and Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. .For vulnerable shoppers- this includes senior citizens, expectant mothers and those with underlying health concerns.
Trader Joe's - Everyday 8 a.m. - 9 a.m. Senior customers over the age of 60 and disabled customers who may need additional assistance while shopping.
Big Lots- During first hour open. 65 or older and those with underlying health concerns