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The UPS Store Limits Number of Customers Inside the Store to 3 to Observe CDC Social Distancing Guidelines

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The UPS Store Limits Number of Customers Inside the Store to 3 to Observe CDC Social Distancing Guidelines

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The Norman, Oklahoma UPS Store has changed their policy customer capacity per CDC guidelines to encourage six foot social distancing. This particular store only allows in three customers at a time. On previous days there has been as many as ten people waiting in line inside while others use the mail box section or shop their shipping supplies. This limit of three customers is designed specifically for the six foot social distancing practice to be observed. Beyond the three customers, requires that people must wait in line along the sidewalk outside the business. Contributed by Clinton P. Roberts, curatorial intern for Arizona State University, HST 580. #HST580 #ASU

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05/21/2020

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04/23/2021
07/20/2021

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English

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