A Wal-Mart spokesperson confirmed to NBC 7 that Wal-Mart has temporarily closed its Chula Vista Super Mall in order to thoroughly clean and disinfect the building.
Chula Vista Supercenter at 875 E. H St. will close at 2 pm on Sundays and will reopen at 7 am on Tuesdays
Wal-Mart said the closure of the factory was part of a plan initiated by the company to allow cleaners to clean and disinfect the building and allow employees time to restock the shelves in preparation for the store’s reopening.
Walmart issued the following statement:
“Everything we do is for the well-being of our employees and customers, taking into account the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and health experts. When the store reopens on Tuesday, we will continue to conduct employee health checks and temperature checks, And will provide all employees with masks and gloves.
These agreements are in addition to the extensive measures we have taken during the pandemic to help protect our employees and customers, including installation of sneeze guards on the register, temperature checks on employees, mandatory masks, and instructions to keep away from society And develop emergency leave policies for employees who are unable or uncomfortable to go to work. In addition, with the help of our health ambassadors, we will continue to require customers to wear protective facial coverings when in buildings.
“We will continue to work closely with elected and local health officials to adjust the way we serve the community while keeping in mind the health and safety of our customers and employees.”