Closed Massachusetts Dispensaries Pivot To Making Hand Sanitizer
Several Massachusetts recreational marijuana businesses that were ordered closed during a stay-at-home order issued in response to the spreading coronavirus pandemic are now manufacturing hand sanitizer to be used by local health care workers.
Under the order issued by Republican Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday, medical marijuana dispensaries were permitted to continue operating but retailers selling recreational marijuana were instructed to close. Retailers selling both medicinal and recreational cannabis were instructed to serve patients only. That led members of the Commonwealth Dispensary Association to come together to produce hand sanitizer during the closure, which is scheduled to last for two weeks.
Source: High Times
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