Everyone is aware that coronavirus has created a panic all around. In the state of emergency there are so many states that have taken precautions by the government to protect people from this pandemic.
After the major announcement Doug Ford has given the statement and announced that some of the places will remain open.
The places which will remain open include grocery stores, convenience stores, and more importantly the LCBO, The Beer Store, and the Ontario Cannabis store. All the stores will remain in operation, providing customers the opportunity to approach whenever they please.
On Monday, there was a treat by LCBO and so many things have been heard from the customers as well, and they will remain open. The statement which was given by them mentions;
“To help ensure a safe shopping experience, we have elevated our cleaning and sanitation protocols in our stores and warehouses and have increased prevention awareness among our staff. We want our employees to take care of themselves and, in turn, you.”
Starting Thursday, LCBO will be limiting store hours from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, and reminded customers that delivery options are available.
LCBO will also not be accepting product returns, but are encouraging customers to hold on to their receipts so they can return their products in the future.
Additionally, some other statements have also been a part. As The Beer Store said they too have enhanced safety measures at their locations in light of COVID-19 fears.
“We have embedded a number of safety controls into our award-winning container recycling program. We will continue to observe and evaluate, and enhancements will be made as required.
The Beer Store’s recycling program adheres to extremely strict scientific standards and we will continue to monitor this very closely,” Bill Walker, media relations for the Beer Store said in an emailed statement.
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