Clearwater Coborn’s Customer Makes Free Face Masks For Shoppers
With masks hard to find, and COVID-19 still a huge problem, a citizen in Clearwater is doing what they can to help out.
Coborn's grocery stores posted to their Facebook page yesterday saying:
A guest at the Clearwater Coborn's store has created over 600 masks, individually seals them in separate baggies and makes them available to other guests for FREE! Thanks to this generous soul for helping take care of our community!
The basket of individually wrapped masks sits below a sign that says "We're wearing masks to help protect you, please wear a mask when you shop to help protect us. Thank you!"
Coborn's hasn't made it mandatory to wear a mask in store, but they have been on top of mask-wearing and sanitizing procedures since the start of the pandemic. Luckily there are amazing people across Central Minnesota helping out, like this Coborn's guest, and trying to keep everyone has healthy and safe as possible.
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