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Some businesses go ‘above and beyond’ to protect customers, employees

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TO comply with the governor’s enhanced social-distancing directive, Ming Yang Supermarket in San Vicente has implemented additional measures to protect its customers and employees.

A Joeten Susupe employee disinfects shopping carts each time they are used.
Mamun Mamun of South Pacific Security Services scans the body temperature of a customer at the entrance of Ming Yang Supermarket in San Vicenter. Customers are also provided gloves for shopping.  Photos by Bryan Manabat

Ming Yang has hired a person who will scan the body temperature of a customer before he or she can enter the establishment.

In addition, Ming Yang installed a clear protective barrier between its cashier and customers.

Mamun Mamun of South Pacific Security Services says he scans the body temperature of each customer entering Ming Yang. He also provides them with gloves to use for shopping.

A notice at the store entrance states that the body temperature of customers will be scanned upon entry and that the store has the right to refuse service “if suspicions are raised.”

Most business establishments visited by Variety are also complying with the social-distancing measures of the government. These include markers where people can stand six feet apart while waiting in line at the checkout counter. Others have posted a notice that says, “No masks, no entry.”

“Everyone is complying with the social distancing and other protective measures we have implemented,” a store employee said.


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