How stores are handling the coronavirus outbreak

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CLEVELAND (WJW)– Businesses are changing their policies as they deal with the spread of coronavirus and the high demand for cleaning products.

Acme Fresh Market: Hand sanitizer is limited to customers with loyalty cards. They can buy three, 8-ounce bottles per week.

Discount Drug Mart: There is a limit of two, 8-ounce bottles of hand sanitizer per customer. Customers are also limited to two boxes of masks each.

Giant Eagle: The grocery store is encouraging customers to take advantage of sanitizing wipes at the entrances for their shopping carts and baskets. Customers who are sick should consider using curbside or home delivery services. Employees are reminded to stay home when they feel ill. Giant Eagle said it’s working to make sure essential health and household products are available.

Starbucks: The global coffee shop chain is making a series of changes for at least the next two weeks at all stores both in the U.S. and Canada. They are moving to a “to go” model across the U.S. and Canada for at least two weeks to help prevent prolonged social gathering in our cafés. Stores are pausing on the use of all seating, including all café and patio seating Café, Mobile Order & Pay (MOP), Drive Thru and Delivery will still be open. Click here to learn more.

The latest information on coronavirus from the Ohio Department of Health here

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