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By now we all know about COVID-19.
Today, Sunday 3/15 the governor declared all individuals over 65 should remain sheltered in their homes, and that all bars, wineries, etc must close. Currently, retail establishments like dispensaries are not part of this closure. We’ll be sure to update you immediately if that changes.
Little Trees has decided to implement a few measures in order to try and minimize the risk for our elderly and immunocompromised patients.
In addition to our enhanced cleaning measures, we have now removed all “common” items from the store such as flyers, menus, water cups, etc. We have halved the number of lobby chairs for visitors from 6 to 3. Starting immediately, we’re closing one register in the budroom and thus only helping one customer (or couple, etc) at a time.
Our delivery drivers will carry enough sterile nitrile gloves during deliveries to use a fresh pair with each order, along with disinfecting wipes.
If you’re feeling ill, showing symptoms of illness, or just want to reduce your time spent in public spaces, we would be happy to come to you for a home delivery. You can place an online order with coupon code WELLNESS5 for 5% off. If it’s more convenient for you to arrange a pickup order, that’s fine too! Mention in the “notes” field that you’ll be calling from your vehicle when you arrive, and we’ll run down to you. And if you are sick – PLEASE let us know! We’ll contact you to work out how to proceed in the safest manner.
The staff here at LT will be continuing to clean and sanitize the entire store on a multi-daily (is that a word?) basis. We have hand sanitizer stations in the lobby for all to use. We have removed the flower “tester” jars, sorry! But, both our lobby and retail areas are large enough to comfortably – and most importantly safely – handle patient demand.
Little Trees thanks all of our wonderful patients for their cooperation and understanding in this unique matter! Please feel free to contact us with any questions! Hopefully this scare passes soon and we can all resume normal life.