PRINCETON — Sullivan's Foods in Princeton has gone to a no mask, no service policy as it seeks to create a safer environment for its employees and customers.

Scott Sullivan, citing an "uptick" of COVID-19 cases on the Sullivan's Facebook page, announced as of July 25, it is mandatory that masks must be worn in all Sullivan's buildings at all times. He said masks will be available for $1 for patrons who need one.

Sullivan said they will "continue to monitor the situation," and apologizes for the inconvenience.

In addition, Sullivan's has gone back to one-way aisles, as well as, one entrance, one exit. The south doors will be entrance only and the north doors will be exit only.

In a press release, Sullivan's said, "We appreciate your cooperation and understanding during these extraordinary times."

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