Effective today: Wawa introduces temporary changes to in-store processes

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Wawa is introducing temporary changes to in-store processes.

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Effective today, here are the following temporary changes:

Wawa is temporarily adjusting self-service coffee.  Now, an employee will serve coffee to customers.

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Wawa is temporarily suspending all self-service fountain beverages, ice drinks, cappuccino and iced coffee.

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Wawa will be individually bagging all bakery products for customers.

In order to remain open safely, Wawa has enhanced its already strict cleaning and quality standards by increasing the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting all touch points and surfaces.

The stores are also adjusting store hours, implementing overnight closure between 2-3 a.m. at all locations for additional store cleaning, sanitation and stocking.

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