LIMIT THE NUMBER OF SHOPPERS AT ONE TIME IN SUPERMARKETS

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By Bob Katzen

Governor Baker issued an executive order that would require each grocery store to limit occupancy by customers and store employees to 40 percent of its maximum permitted occupancy level. Stores with a maximum occupancy of 25 persons or less are exempt from this requirement. If lines form outside the store, some of the store’s staff must monitor the lines to ensure customers are maintaining appropriate distance from each other.

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