- July 29, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — It’s been a while since we’ve been asked to wear masks or douse our hands with sanitizer in local shops but with the delta variant on the rise, shop owners are not hesitating to take these precautions again.
“We’re still doing the handwashing, using the sanitizers, disinfecting… just to keep up to par with reducing that risk,” says Amy Gonzalez, staff member at RoyBoy Tiki Hut.
RoyBoy Tiki Hut is just one of many locally-owned shops in Corpus Christi with a sign on the door asking customers to mask up.
Right around the block at 20/20 vintage store, owner Monica Ellison says she didn’t hesitate to reinstate a mask policy once they saw the COVID-19 numbers rising again.
“I think that if a community or a business is asking their patrons to wear a mask, that they should,” says Ellison.
The CDC is once again recommending that people mask up while indoors.
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