As of March 18, the Defense Commissary Agency (DeCA) is requiring ID checks at store doors and blocking all non-authorized shoppers from entering, system officials announced in a Facebook post. "To better serve our customers starting on March 18, we will begin 100% I.D. card checks at the entrance of all stores and will revoke the visitor policy," the post states. "We believe this will reduce the number of people in our stores and help with social distancing and crowd control." Read more on Military.com.
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