Costco Giving Officers Priority Access to Stores During the Coronavirus Crisis

Police given priority at shops

Acknowledging the integral role of first responders and medical workers in the fight against the novel coronavirus, Costco on Wednesday said it would begin giving them priority access to its stores.

Health care workers, police officers, firefighters, EMTs, and other first responders will be moved to the front of any line to enter a Costco warehouse, the company said on its website.

All officers have to do is present a membership card as well as an official employment identification to receive the priority access according to news reports.

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