Why don’t you buy the goggles?
In a nod to its status as a global brand, Target and Target USA have teamed up to launch a new line of anti-glare goggles designed to protect the eyes from the harmful effects of COVID-19.
Target is launching a line of goggles designed for people who are sensitive to COVIDs.
Target and its parent company Target Corporation, have teamed with the Anti-Glare Foundation to produce goggles designed specifically for those who work with COVID.
Target said the anti-glass goggles will be available starting March 1 and will be priced at $299 for the full range of goggles.
The anti-tear mask goggles will go on sale in March 2019.
Target and TargetUSA are making a statement with the new goggles, which the company says are the first anti-COVID-1 goggles in the US.
Target has already been testing the goggles in people at its stores, and Target said the goggles are a major step in the right direction.
“These goggles will provide our customers with additional protection against COVID,” Target spokesperson Sarah DeGrazia said in a statement.
Target’s anti-fog goggles were first unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in January.
Target has not said when the goggles will become available to the general public.
Target says the goggles have already helped people who work on construction sites in places like construction zones and military bases.
Target says the anti goggles are the latest product in its global anti-coagulation campaign, which is aimed at helping prevent COVID deaths.
Target announced that it has launched an Anti-Coagulation Pledge for employees, with the goal of increasing the number of COV-19 workers at its U.S. stores and online.
Target said it is also working with other retailers to help workers and consumers avoid potentially contaminated areas.
The Anti-COVIS Campaign, a global campaign that targets COVID prevention efforts, includes a pledge to reduce COVID death rates among workers in construction, cleaning, manufacturing and transportation.
The pledge is based on a survey of more than 3,000 workers in four countries conducted by the World Bank, a United Nations agency, and is part of the Global Health Initiative, which aims to reduce deaths and disability in the 21st century.
Target also has pledged to create 1 million jobs for COVID victims, as part of a global strategy that aims to prevent deaths and disabilities in the workplace.