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Retail shopping experience is changing

The coronavirus has changed how we shop and receive services. More online ordering, home delivery and curb side pick-up. Little if any leisure shopping. Social distancing between those waiting in line. Limited number of shoppers in stores and restaurants. Plexiglass walls between shoppers and those at the cash registers and between customers and nail techs.

And for store and salon owners and those who work there, extra attention and time is being spent disinfecting regularly, often after each customer.

Here’s an interesting story from Modern Retail about the changing retail experience.

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