U.S. grocers add plexiglass sneeze guards to protect cashiers from coronavirus

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Kroger Co, Walmart Inc, Albertsons and other grocery sellers are installing plexiglass partitions at checkout counters to protect cashiers from the highly contagious coronavirus. The shields are designed to block virus-containing droplets - released by coughing, sneezing and speaking - that might otherwise hit cashiers, who interact with dozens of customers during their shifts. Supermarkets are among the essential businesses that will continue to operate even in places under strict stay at home orders during the coronavirus outbreak, which has so far sickened nearly 160,000 people and killed over 2,900 in the United States. Kroger - the largest U.S. supermarket chain

RFMA2020- Tracy Tomson's Final Farewell

Show Notes: [00:03:10] Tracy’s journey with RFMA [00:08:23] Biggest accomplishment since the start of RFMA? [00:10:12] What is your biggest life influence? [00:12:15] About the Team [00:17:51] About CAE [00:22:23] Tracy’s Retirement Announcement [00:24:44] Advice for Incoming CEO Show Quotes: “I am now a part of something greater than myself… Now I have found my community. I found my people.” [00:09:09] “I think I was maybe the right person at the right time and took us to where we are now, but it's going to take someone else to take us someplace else.” [00:23:21] Tracy Tomson's Final Farewell While at the Restaurant Facilities Management Association’s annual summit, we had the chance to int

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