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Starbucks pauses the use of reusable cups due to virus

Starbucks has issued a new order pausing the use f reusable cups as a way to minimize the spread of coronavirus.

In one of the post at the door, they said they are pausing the use of the cups in care of their customers and partners.

Starbucks continues by saying that in addition to the use of sanitizers, they believe this one more step to control the spread of COVID-19.

Other than that, they are considering to pull down the issuance of milk, sugar and creams so at to minimize interactions between customers and employees.

By doing this, they are likely going to shift to the use of drive-thru purchases to stop interactions between people thus reducing the spread of the virus.

Reports also indicate that they are considering pulling down operations within the stores but if many cases come through, they may consider halting all operations for sometime.

Starbucks pauses the use of reusable cups due to virus
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