Green Bay Packers Pro Shop, closed by virus, set to reopen

GREEN BAY — The Green Bay Packers Pro Shop is scheduled to reopen with new safeguards in place to help limit the spread of the coronavirus.

Precautionary measures include social distancing, closed fitting rooms and hand sanitizer at entrances and check-out registers, the Green Bay Press Gazette reported. Plastic barriers are in place at the checkout registers and the area will be wiped down after each guest completes their purchase.

Employees will wear masks and customers are encouraged to do the same, according to store officials. Only the entrances on the north side of the shop will be used, with separate doors for entering and exiting.

Beginning Monday, the shop will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

The team closed Lambeau Field and its operations in the Titletown District on March 13 in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Wisconsin health officials on Saturday confirmed 272 new cases of COVID-19, increasing the total amount to 22,518 in the state. Two additional deaths were reported, for a total of 691 since the start of the pandemic.