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Our COVID-19 Response and Other News

How we’re maintaining social distancing requirements.

***The Confluence will be closed all day Saturday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day***

Whatcom County is currently in Phase 2 of Washington State’s Safe Start program.

Please understand that we are going to continue to maintain social distancing requirements and are enacting the following policies until we’re told otherwise:

• Please sanitize your hands when you enter the store with the sanitizer we provide by the door.
• Face masks are required in the store by Washington State mandate.
• We are limiting in-store shopping to 2 customers at a time to help maintain social distancing of 6′ apart.
• Please respect others waiting and limit your stay accordingly.
• We will continue to offer curbside pickup and mail order options should you prefer not to come into the store.

Thanks to our first responders and to all of you for doing your part to stop the spread of Covid. The Confluence is glad to be back in service!

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