CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Coral Springs relaxed some restrictions Friday on non-essential retail stores, allowing contactless curbside pick-up and a maximum of two employees to work inside the businesses.
The new order applies only to non-essential businesses offering goods (not services), such as selling hair products and craft products.
Kristi Bartlett, the city’s economic development director, said in a news release that these businesses can continue delivering products to customers’ homes by contactless carrier or delivery, but now can also do it by contactless curbside pick-up.
In addition, she said a maximum of two employees can be in the business to do basic operations and they must practice social distancing requirements. No customers can be in the store.
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