For "essential retail workers," exposure to the public is part of the job -- scanning and bagging groceries, filling prescriptions.
But protective measures vary from state to state and even within a single state. Some stores are allowing only a certain number of customers in at a time; many are setting safety-distance markers at check-out lines.
We look at what precautions New Hampshire and nearby states are taking, along with federal guidelines. Recently, meanwhile, the Union of Food and Commercial Workers asked the CDC to issue new mandatory guidance on safety protocols for grocery stores, pharmacies, food processing and meatpacking facilities.
Air date: 9 - 10 am, Tuesday April 14, 2020