Local businesses change the way they do things: The priority is to serve you– safely

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MESA COUNTY, Colo. — If you head to downtown Grand Junction, you might notice how empty the streets are, or the temporary closed signs on local businesses, but not all stores are closing during this time of isolation. Pablo’s Pizza is staying open, while taking safety precautions.

“We are still open, we can only do carry out and delivery, so we are doing that.” – Pablo’s Pizza Owner

And if you are picking up an order at the pizzeria, remember — only five customers are allowed inside at a time.

“We cleared out the dinning room so there is plenty of room and space to avoid each other.” – Pablo’s Pizza Owner

Restaurants are not the only places that are staying open, A local lego shop, “E-Bricks”, is also open for service.

“We changed a hand full of different things, we are shut down to the public, but you can still call or text in an order, will do curbside pickup or delivery.”- E-Bricks Owner

Another business making changes is Thai Number Nine.
“We are doing pickup, and the curbside, and we make the food for you guys…you guys can order…and pay on the phone…” – Thai Number Nine

Even though Thai Number Nine says it has been hard not serving their customers in person, the owners are grateful for the community and all the support.

“Thank you very much…”- Thai Number Nine

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