Several Bay Area Target stores to remain open after scheduled closures

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Several Target stores in the Bay Area that were scheduled to be closed on Sunday amid possible protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis will remain open.

Target said they may adjust hours for some stores due to the protests, but previously announced closures will not take effect. The exception is the Target store on Broadway in Oakland, which was severely damaged during protests and is closed until further notice

In a statement online, Target says it's heartbroken by the death of George Floyd and the pain it is causing communities across the country.

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Target says employees impacted by store closures will be paid for up to 14 days of scheduled hours during store closures, including COVID-19 premium pay. They will also be able to work at other nearby Target locations.

Here is a list on Bay Area stores that had been scheduled to temporarily close, but remain open:

  • Alameda, CA

  • Bayfair San Leandro, CA

  • Central Berkley, CA

  • Central San Francisco, CA

  • College Park San Jose, CA

  • Colma, CA

  • East Palo Alto, CA

  • Fashion Island San Mateo, CA

  • Mountain View, CA

  • North Hayward, CA

  • Oakland Emeryville, CA

  • Pinole, CA

  • Redwood City, CA

  • Richmond, CA

  • Serramonte Daly City, CA

  • SF Folsom and 13th St San Francisco, CA

  • South San Francisco, CA

  • Tanforan San Bruno, CA

  • University Ave Berkeley, CA

  • Walnut Creek, CA

  • Westlake Daly City, CA

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