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H-E-B extending hours at all stores, easing limits on some products

The company says "stronger product availability" is allowing their doors to remain open longer for customers amid the coronavirus pandemic.

SAN ANTONIO — A month after limiting hours at many of its stores to help keep up with increased shopper demand for certain products, H-E-B announced last week that its hours of operation would be temporarily expanded starting Monday amid “an improving supply chain and stronger product availability.”

Beginning Monday, H-E-B stores across Texas will open at 7 a.m. and close at 10 p.m. “until further notice.” At the same time, the company says it will keep easing limits that have been placed on some products, and bakeries and delis will begin to reopen as well. 

Stores will continue to emphasize social distancing guidelines, the company says, and customers can expect to still see protective measures like partitions at checkout, crowd control strategies and diligent sanitation.

More information from H-E-B officials can be found here.

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