Some states may say that it's safe to shop again, but if you see any of these red flags, walk right out the door. brightstars/Getty Images
By Laurie Budgar
Across the country, stores of all kinds are beginning to reopen under a patchwork of rules and conditions. Understandably, consumers have a lot of questions about how safe it is to browse the aisles at their favorite shops.
Most retailers want to do all they can to keep their customers healthy—and keep them coming back. “Loyalty is going to be driven by how clean and careful a store is,” says Stephanie Martz, senior vice president and general counsel at the National Retail Federation (NRF). If you see any of the following practices, however, it may be a red flag that a store is not taking coronavirus precautions seriously. Read more >>