Did H-E-B help during the Covid-19 pandemic?

Yes!

RATING: +10
  1. In an effort to prevent a potential spread of COVID-19 among customers and employees, H-E-B installed “sneeze guards” and social-distancing markers in every check-out lane in every one of its stores (KristTV)
  2. H-E-B is providing free, next day curbside ordering to promote social distancing (MySanantonio)
  3. It also donated $3 million for conoravirus community support (HEB)
  4. They adjusted their 8-8 to allow more stocking during closed hours & implemented anti-hoarding policies (KVUEW & KXAN)
  5. Gave all hourly employees a $2/hr pay raise starting March 16th and runs until April 12th (Statesman)
  6. Extended their medical leave hours to include previously ineligible employees (HEB)
  7. Donating 500,000 meals to Texas food banks (NewsBreaks)
  8. Donated $100,000 to help Austin ISD (school district) continue to provide free lunches to students during school (AustinChronicle)
  9. H-E-B launches community care efforts across the state to assist most vulnerable neighbours(NewsRoom)
  10. Started preparing for a possible influenza pandemic in 2005. Kept an eye on the news in China and started preparing as early as January so that when Texas started having issues in March, they were ready. (TexasMonthly)
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