All sugar-coating aside, the world is not coping with the global pandemic of COVID-19 as well as many of us would have expected. As we enter another week of unknowns, many of us do not know what lies for us in the future weeks, or even months to come. Regardless whether an individual is staying at home, still going to work because of occupational reasons, or making mandatory trips to visit loved ones across the city, there is something all of us can do to prevent the further spread of COVID-19. Amongst this list includes the online marijuana dispensaries of Canada.
We can all be doing more to contribute to the measures of slowing down the spread of COVID-19. While many cannabis dispensaries remain active and operational, every single part of the operation, from the handling of flower to packaging and shipping out, can and should be further optimized for the prevention of potential spread.
At Bud Cans, we have employed a new process of handling flower from our suppliers and delivering your orders to you. From your end as a customer, nothing changes: you will still receive the excellent quality product which you paid for, on a timely, friendly manner. On our end, additional measures have been put in place. This includes:
- All Bud Cans employees have been distributed N95 medical grade face masks and will wear them during any point of being in contact with product
- Temperature tests are being administered to all Bud Cans employees prior and after they begin work
- Ample sanitation equipment such as alcohol-based hand wash and gloves are provided at all facilities involving the presence of product
We want to ensure each and every one of our valued guests stays safe from the ongoing virus, and have administered the above measures as of today, April 3, 2020. As part of the mail order marijuana online dispensary community, we would like to invite other dispensaries to start implementing measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 together.
The health and wellbeing of our customers are the top priority for us and we continue to do what is possible to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. As the World Health Organization (WHO) and government authorities continue updating the best practices and prevention measures, we will closely monitor and update our procedures with additional measures whenever necessary.