How WA Marijuana Businesses Have Stayed Open During Pandemic

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Marijuana businesses provide a case study as to what businesses will look like in the COVID-19 era. These measures are  required by all businesses, not just those with marijuana licenses but marijuana businesses are heavily regulated by the Liquor and Cannabis Board (“LCB”) who are making sure those minimums are met. A trip to the marijuana store is one of the few retail experiences we have outside of visiting the grocery store. Marijuana businesses must consider how these changing consumer trends will impact production lines. So what can be learned from marijuana businesses during this stretch?

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A trip to the marijuana store is one of the few retail experiences we have outside of visiting the grocery store. So what can be learned from marijuana businesses during this stretch?

On January 21, 2020, a man in Washington State was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus after he traveled to China. This was the first confirmed case in the United States. A little over a month later, on February 29, a man in Washington died from what we were now calling COVID-19. This was the first reported COVID-19 death in the United States, though we would later learn that two residents of a nursing home in Washington State had died a few days before and a man in...

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