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Apr 01 2020

Supermarket Employees Will Not Touch Reusable Shopping Bags

Regarding pushback against politically correct but unsanitary reusable shopping bags in light of the Wuhan coronavirus, the free market weighs in:

[Supermarkets] Safeway and Albertsons say if you bring your own bag, employees will not be able to touch them or fill them, so you’ll have to do your own bagging. …

The policy is not unique to supermarkets. Trader Joe’s, Total Wine and More, Target and dollar stores are reportedly following similar procedures.

Some stores also are reserving the right to decline customers’ reusable bags and give them paper or plastic bags at no charge. …

[S]tores are worried that reusable bags might endanger both employees and customers because they could potentially transmit SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.

It is encouraging that steps are finally being taken to address enviromoonbattery as a menace to public health.

On a tip from Mr. Freemarket. Hat tip: American Thinker.



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