Costco Reopens Food Courts and Eliminates Two-Shopper Limit

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Costco is relaxing some of the policies they implemented amid the coronavirus pandemic.

NBC Los Angeles reports that as non-essential businesses are starting to reopen across the country, Costco is loosening some of its coronavirus safety measures. The whole sale warehouse company will no longer limit entry to two people per membership card. Costco implemented the restriction back in April in order to discourage overcrowding.

Costco will still require shoppers to wear a face mask or covering. Now for those of you who LOVE Costco pizza (and well really all their food court foods), good news! Costco has reopened most of its food courts for limited service.

Hot dogs, sodas, whole cheese pizzas, whole pepperoni pizzas, slices of cheese pizza and slices of pepperoni pizza are available for purchase, but you do have to take out.

Costco's website notes the following: “A limited menu is available at Costco Food Courts. Orders are only available for takeout — seating is not available. Please ask Costco Food Court employees for available condiments."

I know you're wondering about Costco's world renowned free samples. Well, unfortunately, its beloved free food samples are still not being offered.

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