By DEVIN PAVLOU, Alabama Daily News
“We are looking at the possibility of going to a different schedule, opening an hour later, closing an hour earlier,” Argo said. “Looking at the density of stores in highly populated areas.
“As of this moment all of our stores are open,” Argo told Alabama Daily News. “This is subject to change if the situation gets worse in Alabama.”
As of Monday afternoon, there were 29 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Alabama. Diagnoses are increasing as access to testing increases.
“I’ll just use this as an example: in Mobile, where there may be 14 stores, we may go to only seven stores and then have to move employees because, obviously, our stores are subject to the availability of our employees,” Argo said.
In 2018, ABC had 864 employees, according to Alabama State Personnel Department data. There are about 170 stores statewide