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Stores step up sanitizing and safeguards to get customers to spend again

WAYNE, Penn. - Since the coronavirus launched, everyone has had to adjust to a new normal, including businesses of all kinds.Like many stores in the age of COVID-19, Out There Outfitters in Wayne is stepping up the sanitizing and safeguards to get customers to spend again, especially after coronavirus scared some away.“We are wearing masks. We are disinfecting everything,” owner Heidi Fenstermacher said.There is touchless hand sanitizer, plexiglass shields in front of the registers and signs everywhere reminding customers to keep six feet apart.“If anyone returns anything or tries it on, we do a full steam of the clothing which, according to the CDC, you know, it kills the virus.

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CLEVELAND – Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor is religiously following baseball's COVID-19 protocols — social distancing, masks, temperature checks, you name it. He's making sure others do the same.So on Monday, after taking batting practice at Progressive Field, Lindor urged manager Terry Francona to clean his hands — with pine tar.Lindor pranked his manager by switching a spray bottle of hand sanitizer with one filled with the adhesive hitters use to better grip their bat.Needless to say, Francona wasn't totally amused.“We almost wanted to release him,” Francona cracked.
PORT ORANGE, Fla. – Cars lined up outside the Port Orange Chamber of Commerce on Monday morning as members and volunteers of the Volusia County Chamber Alliance distributed personal protection equipment to local businesses."Our patients are interested in it. They want to see us wearing it and they like to wear it," said Patty Strauss, owner of Daytona Beach Hand Clinic.Strauss is one of the many store owners who are receiving up to two free PPE kits as long as they provide a business card.

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