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Here's What You Can Still Buy At Costco During Ontario's Stay-At-Home Order

Costco and other big box stores can only sell essential goods now.

New restrictions on non-essential shopping are now in effect during Ontario's stay-at-home order and Costco locations across the province are limiting the products you can shop for in-store.

A Costco representative confirmed to Narcity that, per the province's new restrictions at big box stores, you'll only have a select range of categories to choose from on your next shopping trip. 

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These categories include grocery items, pet care products, household cleaning supplies, pharmacy items, as well as personal care and health care items.

Narcity has learned that this also includes dry food products, vitamins, diapers, and wipes.

Costco confirmed that returns and price adjustments will not be accommodated for any items that are not currently being sold in stores. 

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A video taken by shopper Irena Curado shows aisles blocked off at the Costco store in Niagara Falls. 

All of the non-essential items appear to be covered and taped over, while all the necessities remain on display as normal. 

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