With the new COVID-19 virus spreading, this could be a good opportunity for places to redesign there interiors to give the proper space that is required to insure safety from spreading the virus
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With, for example, mcdonald's can now worry less about having employees cleaning tables, mopping in between so many extra empty tables. I also believe that this will further insure the safety of customers, giving them more space to walk around the place and less chances for people to accidentally bump into each other. People bump into each other all the time in fast food, because of all the extra tables and small spaces to walk through, and simply getting rid of a few extra tables, doesn't seem like that much of a problem to begin with. The new Virus has definitely teed the human limits, but if people ever intend to go back to living normally, I believe we need to start, with heavy social distancing, even while inside restaurants and stores, which is why more space is required to respect that.
What is the best example of business adaption you’ve seen in response to COVID-19?
A lot of businesses have been putting up poster that have rules that tend to talk about respecting boundaries and a lot of them have taken action and decided to close earlier during quarantine to insure safety of own employees.
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