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People continue Mother's Day tradition of giving flowers despite pandemic

Flower stores are busy this Mother's Day even if the pandemic is forcing them to operate differently.

News 12 Staff

May 10, 2020, 2:25 PM

Updated 1,500 days ago

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Flower stores are busy this Mother's Day even if the pandemic is forcing them to operate differently.
Dragonetti Flower and Garden Center says they have gotten a lot more online orders than usual.
They have a separate area for people to pick up orders in order to keep social distancing procedures in place. There are markings for people to stay six feet apart while they wait to get in or pay.
Anyone who goes inside the story must wear a mask.
A manager at the store tells News 12 COVID-19 isn't stopping people from picking up vibrant bouquets for their loved ones.
Shoppers tell News 12 that they will be cooking meals for their moms at home instead of going out like they normally would.


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