Now that social distancing is being walked back, I have started buying cannabis via delivery

You have to stay in cramped rooms for that long just to get your cannabis products, often with up to 30 other people or more.

I’m scared with how multiple people have stopped wearing face coverings plus ignoring social distancing rules after our governor started to reopen the state last month. And I guess that our state is not alone—numbers of highly infectious people are rising at a worrying rate in key states like ArKansas, Arizona, FL, UT, TX, plus Oregon. Worried that the people I was with and I may be looking at a larger wave of deadly infections, I have been as diligent as I have ever been through this entire global pandemic to prevent as much unnecessary risk as I possibly can. The grocery stores can be truly spine-chilling if you’re surrounded by people refusing to wear a face covering to prevent the asymptomatic transmission of the virus. Some of the cannabis dispensaries in my section have been way too lax with their initiatives to argument COVID-19. They’re already starting to fill their tiny little lobbies again to get patients lined up for an hour or more at a time. You have to stay in cramped rooms for that long just to get your cannabis products, often with up to 30 other people or more. When I found a local company that offers free home delivery of all of their multiple marijuana products, I never looked back. I have been fortunate that the cannabis delivery repair also offers high quality whole marijuana flower plus heat seals up the plastic jars before twisting on the lids. Knowing that I can prevent unnecessary exposure by receiving all of my cannabis delivered to my front door has been a sizable relief. And now that they’re even 100% offering contactless delivery like the pizza locales did, it makes getting your medicine that much safer.

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