T.J. Maxx reopens website for online orders

For those of us in need of some quarantine retail therapy, T.J. Maxx has a solution.
TJ Maxx Closes All Stores And Online Sales Amid Coronavirus Concerns
A closed T.J. Maxx store in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee.Luke Sharrett / Bloomberg via Getty Images
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After closing stores and pausing online ordering in late March, TJX, the parent company of retailers T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, announced its websites are back up and running.

A TJX spokesperson told TODAY e-commerce sites for T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, Sierra and other retailers under the company's umbrella will for safety reasons limit the number of orders accepted per day.

“As various states and countries re-open businesses and we re-open our own stores and e-commerce websites, health and safety will remain a very important consideration,” TJX CEO and president Ernie Herrman said in a statement.

He also said stores and distribution centers will have new safety practices in place in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“In our stores, we have installed protective shields at cash registers, added social distancing markers in our queue lines, implemented new processes for handling merchandise returns, and instituted new cleaning regimens, including enhanced cleaning of high-touch surfaces throughout the day,” Hermann said. Customers who shop in reopened stores will be asked to wear a face mask as well.

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