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What stores are requiring face masks in Iowa

In this April 6, 2020 file photo, a customer wearing a mask carries his purchases as he leaves a Target store during the
In this April 6, 2020 file photo, a customer wearing a mask carries his purchases as he leaves a Target store during the coronavirus pandemic in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Target has joined a growing list of major retailers that will require customers at all their stores to wear face coverings. The Minneapolis, Minnesota-based discounter said Thursday, July 16, that the policy will go into effect Aug. 1.(AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)

The list continues to grow of retail chains requiring customers to wear masks or face shields as COVID-19 cases rise nationwide and in Iowa. Below is a list of retailers in Iowa that already or will require customers to wear masks. We'll update it as often as possible. 

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Updated Friday, July 24

List of retailers in Iowa requiring masks for customers:

Aldi, starts July 27

 Banana Republic, starts Aug. 1

• Bed, Bath & Beyond, started July 24

• Best Buy, started July 15

• Costco, started May 4

• CVS, started July 20

• Home Depot, started July 20

 Gap, starts Aug. 1

• J.C. Penney, started July 24

• Kohl's, started July 20

• Lowe's, started July 22

• McDonald’s, starts Aug. 1

• Menards, started May 4

• Noodles & Company, started July 22

• OfficeMax, started July 20

 Old Navy, starts Aug. 1

• Panera Bread, started July 15

• Petco, started July 20

• PetSmart, started July 20

• Sam's Club, starts July 20

• Staples, starts July 27

• Starbucks, started July 15

• Target, starts Aug. 1

• Trader Joe's, started July 20 

• Walgreens, started July 20

• Walmart, started July 20

• Verizon, started May 18

Is there an Iowa business that requires masks missing from this list? Email katie.brumbeloe@thegazette.com.

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