Shorter Shopping Season Means a More Intense Scramble

Goodwill stores are reopening in Nevada. Now customers can not only donate, but also visit their stores for shopping. 

"They are making you wear a mask to go in," says Ketith Mcnair, a customer. 

They are not allowing more than 85 people in the store at a time, which they say is half of their capacity. Fitting rooms are closed. They are also directing traffic inside the store, with marks on the floor.

To make sure shoppers are safe, they are taking extra steps with donations as well. 

"We started doing a touchless donation process, when the donors come they actually put the items into a large containers and we do push those items to be quarantined," says Andrea Choe, employee at Goodwill.