Truck Stop Fined For No ‘Keep Out If Sick’ Signs, Hand-Sanitizer Violations, More
State of Michigan health inspectors fined a Romulus truck plaza $400 for violations of state-mandated coronavirus precautions that included not making available to customers hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
The employer was also cited for not posting signs at the store entrance informing customers who are sick not to enter.
The inspection was initiated as part of the COVID-19 Retail State Emphasis Program. The inspection date was Aug. 4-10 and the citation was issued on Sept. 16.
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