Should There Be A New Policy About Touching Items While Shopping?
Remember back in the day when our parents would scare us from picking up things at the store and tell us, 'you break it, you buy it?' Some stores even had signs that said it. Well, according to a new survey, many people believe that during the pandemic, businesses should implement a new policy that 'if you touch it, you have to buy it.'
During the pandemic, many believe that in order to prevent the spread of COVID, no one should be touching anything they do not intend to buy. 58% of people say that this is not safe and the policy should be implemented immediately and enforced at least until the number of cases subsides considerably. Thoughts? What do you think about this 'if you touch it, you buy it policy?' Should it be a thing well after the pandemic to prevent the spread of any and all germs?