Social distancing isn’t enough for the cannabis dispensaries, I want contact free delivery

Even before the worry of catching a life debilitating infectious disease, I loathed the experience of going to our only local cannabis dispensary. You can make an online order as well as still be forced to rest in a waiting room full of people for an minute or longer depending on what afternoon of the week you go. And if that wasn’t bad enough, you have to listen to multiple peculiar conversations at full volume all going on at the exact same time. I try to toil on our PC when I have to wait, but unless I bring headphones with me, I can’t block out the noise as well as the distraction it creates. When the pandemic started to sweep the nation as well as the rest of the world at large, this recognizable legal cannabis dispensary started to implement social distancing rules. Within the course of a few afternoons they went from having people rest in chairs 6 feet apart to having all the people wait in their cars until each a batch of 2 to multiple individual orders were ready. The problem with this approach is that it still forces you to enter the dispensary with multiple other patients at a time since they try to process around multiple orders at a time. A competing dispensary is offering full contact free delivery if you pay ahead of time with a credit card. You make your order, the cannabis dispensary calls you to confirm a payment method, as well as then when you arrive you drive up to a door where an employee hands you your products through your driver’s side window. It means not having to risk even going into the dispensary with other people at the same time, especially since multiple of these stadiums believe prefer cramped dentists offices to begin with.
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