Sanitize Everything

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Sanitize Everything

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I started working at Loretta, a restaurant located in Newburyport MA, in the middle of July. One of the most important things they told me to do (besides wear a mask,) was to sanitize everything. We have to wipe down the tables, chairs, pens, drink menus, receipt books and everything else you can think of. This is important to do because while we try to limit what people touch, they still touch everything, because that is what humans do. This will be important for future historians because it will show how much work is done behind the scenes that we have to do as workers in a restaurant. It will show how much cleaning increased in the year of 2020.

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This item was submitted on December 16, 2020 by Emily Yurkus using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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