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Cookeville retail employees are returning to work as businesses open their doors again, but with some restrictions as they try to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Businesses that have decided to reopen their doors following Governor Lee's Executive Order 30 are doing everything from changing hours of operation and limiting customers to strictly taking appointments.

Children's clothing store Ready, Set, Grow is taking it seriously with owner Susan Chaffin saying they are bleaching everything they can and providing masks to all employees and customers.

"We're doing everything we can to keep everyone safe and keep the doors open," Chaffin said. "For our formal wear, we're making appointments of not more than three people at a time. We're also doing curbside delivery and shipping as well."

Outdoor Experience is also taking precautions, limiting the number of customers in the store at one time to six.

"Counter tops and credit card machines are sprayed with disinfect between customers, Clorox wipes are readily available to both staff and customers, staff is equipped with Buff neck gaiters that can be worn over their mouths, and hand sanitizer is definitely a part of our routine," owner Heather Call said in an email. 

"However, we do have other options for those not comfortable coming in as we can take orders via the phone and provide curbside pick-up and home delivery within the city limits."

Call said the staff has spent the last month building an e-commerce site with shipping, curbside and home delivery options at outdoorexperienceonline.com.

With people staying home from work, Call said there's been an uptick in people to get outdoors despite state park closures mandated by Tennessee officials.

"As people are staying close to home, I think they are reminded what nature has to offer," Call said. "Park closures have definitely put a damper on some of these activities but we are seeing lots of creativity in attempts to enjoy the great outdoors while distancing."


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