There was a huge problem in the grocery store last weekend and 44 people came down with the coronavirus.
The entire store had to be decontaminated and we were worried about everyone walking in and out of the building.
We decided to buy some portable showers to make it easier to keep everything decontaminated. We placed a row of eight portable showers outside of the store. Before and after each shift, every single employee had to take a shower. We opted for some nice portable buildings. We didn’t buy a plastic porta potty. Instead, we had two trailers parked on the property. Each one of the trailers had four separate shower stalls. There was a toilet as well as a sink in there as well. The portable showers made it possible to keep all of the germs out of the store. We had 48 hours to decontaminate the building and get rid of the terms. After that, we were allowed to reopen for business. A lot of our customers lost trust with us when that problem occurred, and I am hopeful that we will be able to make it up to the public. We are doing everything possible to keep our customers safe, including forcing the customers to wear masks and putting hand sanitizer stations at every door. We are cleaning the carts and we have air purifiers running at each entrance. We are being as vigilant as possible. I hope this is the last time we have to go through this type of cleaning. It was a very expensive and time consuming process.