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Grocers install cashier shields

 

April 3, 2020

Tom LaVenture/Daily Globe

Jan Cecil, left, of Ironwood, goes through a Super One grocery store checkout Tuesday with Lisa Ward, front end manager. The two have a new plexiglass shield between them to protect employees and customers from coughs and sneezes during the coronavirus pandemic.

By TOM LAVENTURE

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The two major grocery stores in Ironwood and neighboring Hurley, Wisconsin have installed plexiglass shields at checkout stands.

The shields are in place between the cashiers and customers to help protect against the spread of COVID-19. Cashiers are among the vulnerable essential workers who come face-to-face with the public each day during the coronavirus pandemic.

"We like them," said Lawrence Glatczak, manager of Super One Foods in Ironwood. "They are 3 feet tall and we have them at every register."

All of the Super One Foods stores now have...



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