More retailers are closing their doors for safety during the George Floyd protests. CVS (CVS) has also reportedly decided to close stores across about 20 states as riots, looting, and protests continue in support of Floyd.

Floyd’s death has sparked outrage across the U.S. after his arrest by a white Minnesota police officer, who pinned the black man down by kneeling on his neck.

CVS closed the stores after several locations were damaged during the protests, the company confirmed to USA Today. The company said it was a developing situation.

"Each closed pharmacy’s phone system has been rerouted to a nearby CVS Pharmacy that is open so all patients will continue to have access to pharmacy care," Amy Thibault, senior manager of corporate communications for CVS Health told the news outlet. "We are continually monitoring protests as they occur in the communities we serve and will close stores, if needed, to help ensure the safety of employees and customers."

CVS joins retailers Target, Walmart, and Whole Foods, which have closed stores amid the protests and looting to protect their employees and customers. Amazon has also reportedly told its delivery drivers to stop delivering packages in some areas immediately for their own safety.

Shares of CVS stock were up 0.20% as of 12:27 p.m. EDT on Monday.

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