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Orlando Walmart getting temporarily closed in order to be sanitized amid Covid-19

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Orlando Walmart to get closed for a short period of time in order to be sanitized

Orlando Walmart

The company has recently confirmed that Orlando Walmart will get closed temporarily to get sanitized and extra clean. The company spokesperson has indicated that the Orlando Walmart which is near John Young Parkway and Sand Lake Road will now be closed for a short period of time so that it can get sanitized by an outside specialist. The spokesperson has confined that cleaning and sanitizing is the part of the company-initiated program.

Walmart is expected to reopen on Thursday at around 7 a.m. The store got closed at 2 p.m.

Due to certain private reasons, Walmart has not disclosed or it has not been known that whether a customer or the employee has been tested positive for the COVID-19. But, the spokesperson has indicated that the COVID-19 has put an impact on Orlando Walmart.

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Orlando Walmart

Speaking about the safety measures and the precautions, the spokesperson has told that, when the store would reopen, they will continue the temperature checks and the health screenings. Employees would have to wear gloves and face masks, which would be provided by Walmart. In addition to this, the spokesperson has also indicated that the customer capacity would be limited and also the sneeze guards would be installed at the registers

The Walmart, as mentioned above, is located in Sand Lake Corners South.

For more details regarding the Walmart, visit: https://www.walmart.com/store/4332/orlando-fl

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Written by Jennica Mira

Jennica Mira is the senior reporter of Orlando Solution. She finished her Bachelor in Communication from the University of Central Florida and currently residing in Orlando. In leisure, she likes to read poetry and contemporary articles.

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