BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Want to grab a cup of coffee or a donut while out pumping gas? You’ll have to ask an employee for help at Wawa and Sheetz.
Both convenience store chains have temporarily stopped allowing customers to use self-serve beverage and bakery options due to the spread of the coronavirus. Instead, employees will make beverages for customers.
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Late last week, Wawa also announced it would be closing all stores overnight between 2 a.m. and 3 a.m. for additional cleaning.
Both companies are also giving employees up to two extra weeks of paid time off if they or a family member contract COVID-19.