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CORONA VIRUS contagion in stores

Unread Messageby LOGIC12 » 23/08/20, 03:35

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Currently, we make the mask compulsory in closed places, and everywhere where distancing is not possible, of course, this is very good and I agree.

But we are somewhat forgetting to wash or disinfect hands. Of course, everyone should have their hydroalcoholic gel on them to use when necessary ....

Stores have started to have one or more gel dispensers, especially at the entrance to shopping malls to make things easier.

There is an L ..... C hypermarket which puts two 5-liter cans of gel at the entrance to the shopping arcade, and almost everyone uses it.
Another S .... U hypermarket which did not put anything at the entrance to the shopping arcade. And when you enter the hyper luis itself, you don't see anything. But on the side at 5 or 6 m, there is a gondola with masks, and in front, there is a small gel dispenser very discreet so that nobody sees it and does not use it. So 100% of the clients who come in without disinfecting their hands .... that's a big problem, and the mask doesn't compensate, that's something else. I think town halls, for example, should be concerned about the problem.

Conclusion: boycott stores that don't seem to care about the contagion of the corona virus, that's what I'm doing.
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Re: CORONA VIRUS contagion in stores

Unread Messageby Christophe » 24/08/20, 10:34

Often, when nothing is imposed by law, it is at the goodwill of the managers ... which seems to be the case here ...

Good idea to avoid (boycotting is prohibited in France ... lol) establishments that do not provide gel ...

Leclerc has just made a new product: removable shopping cart handles!

Selling a product, even for less than € 2 is a better economic calculation than providing free gel ... but I do not know if the Leclec in my area provides gel since I have not returned since the confinement *

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* I do my food shopping "wholesale" ... so I had to go 4 or 5 times since the beginning of March ... the BC heats up well each time. I prefer small and medium surfaces.
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Unread Messageby stephgouv » 24/08/20, 14:33

Ditto at Colruyt, they distribute it.
On the other hand, not really understood their usefulness ...
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Unread Messageby Macro » 24/08/20, 14:58

If they are useful ... You put them in the morning on the bar of your cart that you fill with beers to go party with your friends PSG supporters in the streets in the evening ... : Cheesy: And the next day .... You take a mask in the TGV to go down to Cap d'Agde ... Or you will spend your evenings in a libertine club .... : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:
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Unread Messageby Gaston » 24/08/20, 15:13

stephgouv wrote:On the other hand, not really understood their usefulness ...
Not to touch the bar of the cart that others have touched before.
You only touch your handles that you take home after ...
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 24/08/20, 15:52

Macro wrote:... to go down to Cap d'Agde ... Or you will spend your evenings in a libertine club .... : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:


I see that my message has passed !!! : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 24/08/20, 15:53

Gaston wrote:
stephgouv wrote:On the other hand, not really understood their usefulness ...
Not to touch the bar of the cart that others have touched before.
You only touch your handles that you take home after ...


Yes, okay ... but you have to touch the cart (a little) to mount these removable handles, right? : Mrgreen:

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Unread Messageby Gaston » 24/08/20, 15:56

Christophe wrote:Yes, okay ... but you have to touch the cart (a little) to mount these removable handles, right? : Mrgreen:
I have the impression that they clip onto the bar. It is enough (rai) t to place them above and to press, therefore low need to touch the caddy (on the other hand to release the chain ...).
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 24/08/20, 16:03

Yes but to remove them then?

Principle of the reaction action ... at one point you have to touch the cart (not necessarily the bar ... ok but touch it anyway ...)

Good remark for the chain which therefore requires touching "2 caddies" ...

Hence the fact that these handles are pure "covid washing marketing" ...
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Unread Messageby Gaston » 24/08/20, 16:25

Christophe wrote:Yes but to remove them then?
Do we lift the handles and the weight of the cart does the rest?

Or do we put our foot on the bar of the cart?

Or do we attach the cart by its chain and pull the handles backwards?


(All of this is pure speculation on my part)
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