A Look at How Restaurants and Stores Are Changing During Quarantine

Reilly Smith, Media Editor

After more than six weeks of school closure, and more than a month’s time since Governor Kate Brown passed the ‘stay home order,’ stores, restaurants, and other businesses have adapted to the community’s new socially-distant way of life.

Here are some photos of what life near La Salle looks like during the midst of quarantine:

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  • Coffee bars such as Dutch Bros remain open and busy as ever. While the walk-up window is closed, the drive-thru remains open with social distancing guidelines in place.

  • Coffee bars such as Dutch Bros remain open and busy as ever. While the walk-up window is closed, the drive-thru remains open with social distancing guidelines in place.

  • Grocery stores and other essential business locations continue to provide customers with social distancing guidelines.

  • A line forms outside of a Target in Clackamas. Target team members remind guests to follow the social distancing guidelines while shopping.

  • The parking lot outside of Target is packed.

  • Sit-down restaurants are now only offering take-out and delivery options.

  • A makeshift sign for a curbside pickup parking spot outside of an Olive Garden in Clackamas.

  • While construction at La Salle continues, social distancing guidelines have been put in place.

  • Most department stores are fully closed or only offering limited curbside pick-up.

  • Most department stores are fully closed or only offering limited curbside pick-up.

  • Thrift stores are also temporarily closed.

  • Thrift stores are also temporarily closed.

  • Many restaurants continue to offer delivery and take-out options.

  • Many restaurants continue to offer delivery and take-out options.

  • Other restaurants have temporarily closed or are only offering delivery options.

  • Fast food chains, such as Subway, still offer pick-up options.

  • Most fast casual restaurants continue to offer curbside pick-up or delivery options.

  • Most fast casual restaurants continue to offer curbside pick-up or delivery options.

  • Many businesses have completely shut their doors during the pandemic, with plans to reopen once restrictions are lifted.

  • Many businesses have completely shut their doors during the pandemic, with plans to reopen once restrictions are lifted.

  • Other essential businesses, such as banks, remain open but with modified hours and heavier restrictions when inside.

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