Some Opening, Others Waiting

Starting this Friday, retail stores, restaurants and museums as stated by Governor Abbott will be allowed to operate at a 25% capacity. This is permission to reopen, but not a requirement and some local retail stores, restaurants and museums are unsure on what to do.

Kelsey Kaltwasser, owner of Wild Dragonfly, said, “A few people in my household are essential, so being in the public doesn’t really scare me. I have a mask and lots of hand sanitizer. My fear is opening and not having any customers come shopping.” As of now Kaltwasser’s plan is to continue to do the online sales with curbside pickup. She will let her customers make appointments to come shop if they choose to do so at their own discretion. Kaltwasser believes this will work best for her business right now, “Letting customers make appointments will allow me to clean and Lysol between customers. I plan to do this at least the first week of Phase 1 and see how Texas slowly opening affects the cases reported in our county.”

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