COVID-19 - Which retailers are going above and beyond, from a sanitary perspective?
Prior to my noon trip to Queensway Costco (Toronto), I really hadn't been in a retail environment for the last couple of weeks (not planned - just played out as such).
There was no line up, and upon entering, you are now offered both coupons and a sanitary wipe.
I used it to wipe my hands, but in retrospect, I should have wiped the shopping cart handle.
All food court tables were removed, leaving a large empty space. Ordering Kiosks turned off.
The food court had limited items - hot dogs and pizza. A surly lady operated the solitary condiment deployer.
It's really really weird holding the dog, but not controlling the condiment flow.
I did have to go pee, and the men's washroom smelled fresh and sanitary.
Looking around, all stainless steel everywhere was shining.
My fingers are crossed that when this fiasco wraps up, that these standards stay in play.
Anyways just wondering how people rate their shopping experiences (outside of inventory issues).
IMHO, the Costco I visited seemed to be doing a good job.
I'm not planning on heading out for any more shopping, so am curious what other people are seeing.
Any previously dingy environments that now sparkle?