Americans adjust to life amid coronavirus pandemic As major U.S. retailers temporarily shut their doors to help contain the coronavirus, Hobby Lobby is assuring consumers that it’s safe to keep shopping. The arts-and-crafts chain is keeping stores open in states that have yet to order non-essential businesses to close. On its website, Hobby Lobby stated that it’s taking measures to keep shoppers and workers from becoming infected, including “enhanced cleaning” and a ban on international travel. What stores are closing due to the coronavirus”If an employee is suspected of having COVID-19 based on symptoms and/or known direct or indirect exposure, we will send that employee for medical care and to self-isolate at home, and will promptly coordinate with public health officials,” the company, which has a total of 900 stores around the U.S., said. Bookstore finds unique way to stay in business during pandemic According to a report by the Christian Post, a letter penned by Hobby Lobby founder David Green offered assurances of sorts to his company’s more than 43,000 workers in 46 states.  “We serve a God who will Guide us through this storm, who will Guard us as we travel to places never seen before, and who, as a result of


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