INDIANAPOLIS — Walmart announced Tuesday it is expanding its curbside grocery pickup service to provide a dedicated hour each day for at-risk customers.
A news release from the retailer said customers over the age of 60, first responders, people with disabilities and anyone designated high-risk by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will be able to pick up Walmart orders at the curb from 7-8 a.m. at 2,400 stores around the country.
According to Walmart, pickup locations are contact-free and customers will open their trunk for employees to load groceries with no need to sign for the order.
A prompt on Walmart's website displays the qualifications for selecting "At-Risk Only" and allows people who are eligible to opt-in.
Click here to find locations where grocery pickup is available.