Can reusable grocery bags spread the coronavirus?

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Can reusable grocery bags spread the coronavirus?

Durango stores use precautionary policies
Durango Natural Foods Co-op, located near the intersection of College Drive and East Eight Avenue, will bring groceries to customers in a cardboard box, but then customers must decide whether to keep the box or load the groceries themselves into their reusable plastic bags – a compromise during the coronavirus outbreak, in which some say reusable bags may not be as safe as single-use plastic bags.

Can reusable grocery bags spread the coronavirus?

Durango Natural Foods Co-op, located near the intersection of College Drive and East Eight Avenue, will bring groceries to customers in a cardboard box, but then customers must decide whether to keep the box or load the groceries themselves into their reusable plastic bags – a compromise during the coronavirus outbreak, in which some say reusable bags may not be as safe as single-use plastic bags.
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