Online Services for Curbside Pickup

Rakuten Ready & Essential Online Services to Help Open Your Curbside Pickup Zone

The Covid-19 pandemic has pushed many businesses to come up with clever ways to stay open. One great approach was the increased opening of curbside pickup zones with visibly branded displays, tents, and signs ready to go for their customers. While these efforts are a great approach for a curbside pickup zone, it’s also important to consider online resources for a smooth curbside process. As restrictions around the nation begin to ease, more restaurants and retail stores will need to know how to smoothly run their curbside zone with online services.
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Four Things You Need To Consider To Successfully Open Your Curbside Pickup

In result of the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing policies around the nation, many major stores and restaurants have stayed afloat through curbside pickup. What used to be a featured option in an establishment just months ago is now absolutely essential to keep a business running. As social distancing and stay-at-home orders are relieved across the nation, several law officials are opening up more retail stores with the condition that it is curbside pickup only.

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Screening Tent Stations

Screening Tent Stations & Best Practices for Returning to Work Safely

As the Covid-19 pandemic curve starts to flatten in some states, governors are developing a process for reopening their state, more recently, California reopening select stores for curbside. This might be exciting news if you’re getting ready to reopen your business. However, certain precautions such as setting up screening tent stations to test everyone before entering work premises in addition to adjustments must be made before going back to the office. Here are the best recommendations gathered from OSHA and the CDC to help you get your team back to work safely.

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McCormick Place: How A Chicago Convention Center Became An Alternate Care Site During The Covid-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed medical professionals far and wide to reach their goals of patient care. An unprecedented event like this can cause strain and overage for hospital staff and patients, as well as medical resources. Alternate Care Sites, facilities temporarily used for healthcare during a pandemic, have led to the most familiar institutions, like convention centers, hotels or arenas, into becoming health-related shelters. McCormick Place, a convention center in Chicago, Illinois, is now an up and running field hospital.

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Alternate Care Sites (ACS): Their Rise & How They Help Medical Professionals Face Covid-19

About Alternate Care Sites (ACS)

The spike in Covid-19 patients across the nation has resulted in professionals across the medical industry seeking alternative ways to safely work and care for patients. This has led to the development of  Alternate Care Sites, which are facilities used for temporary healthcare by hospitals and medical staff to aid during public health emergencies. In this case, these facilities are being used to help during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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