Walmart Starts Taking All Employees' Temperatures

In addition to those measures, all employees will be required to take their temperature and anyone with a temperature of 100 or more will be sent home.

Any employee who registers a temperature of more than 100.0 degrees will be asked to go home or the doctor, but they will be paid for coming into work.

Walmart will begin taking the temperatures of its workers when they report to work.

It's employees are putting their health on the line to serve shoppers, and now the company has announced Tuesday it will check employees' temperatures at the start of their shifts to prevent them from working with coronavirus.

The company's policy already asks workers to self-monitor for symptoms of the virus and not come to work if they don't feel well.

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The company has been "constantly analysing" the effectiveness of wearing masks and gloves, Dan Bartlett, executive vice president of corporate affairs for Walmart, said on a call with reporters.

Masks and gloves are expected to arrive at stores in 1-2 weeks. "They will not be N-95 respirators-which should be reserved for at-risk healthcare workers-they will be high-quality masks", the post said. They will be advised to seek medical treatment, if necessary.

Walmart's peers are also seeking masks for their employees. This gives workers a chance to do more cleaning and restock shelves. It did note that the CDC now does not recommend healthy people use them.

6 feet is the amount of space people should keep from others, when possible, to maintain social distancing.

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