March 22, 2023
Someone Told on Hammer Properties NW, INC in Bellingham

"No signage posted about the virus, social distancing or hand washing. No sneeze guard or partition at checkout, employees are not wearing masks, no hand sanitizer provided for customers or bathroom to wash hands. They are allowing the use of reusable bags and there is not tape or any kind of signs or markers on the floor to remind people what six feet looks like. I felt incredibly unsafe in this establishment and am also worried that the employees are not being properly protected or educated about covid-19 and the importance/necessity for social distancing and more often than usual sanitizing countertops and beer cooler handles. This is a bar and mini mart/specialty beer shop and there is usually just one employee behind the counter which doesn’t allow for the cooler handles etc to be cleaned frequently enough, too many customers at a time. It appears most every other essential business selling Grocery/food/drink etc is utilizing tape on the floor/signs and a partition between customers and essential workers." – Anonymous
The aforementioned complaint was filed in Seattle, Washington on Friday May 8, 2020 with LCB against A-1 Hop Shop saying, Essential business not following social distancing requirements. No email address was given and no phone number was given. #a1hopshop #barorotherbusinesswithaliquorlicense

Source: Someone Told on A-1 Hop Shop in Seattle

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