hand sanitizer

Escape Rooms in Fargo Welcome People Back With New Safety Guidelines

Both businesses encourage people to book a room at least an hour before if you're planning to come in.

FARGO, N.D. – With the new restrictions in place, you will now be able to enjoy a private room with your group. “You will only be in the room with people you choose to come and play with,” Co-owner of Puzzled Escape Room Kay Cameron said. This is just one of the new rules set by escape rooms in the…

West Fargo is Hosting Food Truck Wednesdays

They are hoping to bring some life to the plaza this summer.

WEST FARGO, N.D. – Every other Wednesday, West Fargo will be bringing in food trucks from 11:30 to 1:00pm The plaza is trying to implement all the social distancing guidelines by having hand-sanitizing stations, wiping each table after each use, limiting the amount of people at each table, and having marked spots and lines. “It’s a great way to get…

Hector International Airport Provides COVID-19 Air Travel Tips

A facemask is now required by airlines and approved by the TSA.

FARGO, N.D.–Hector International Airport is offering tips to safely travel during the COVID-19 pandemic. Airport officials suggest using an airline app to check-in and turning on flight notifications to ensure you receive any flight delays or cancellations. They also encourage travelers to arrive two hours early. They say that even though fewer people are traveling, some revised airport steps may…

Gate City Bank Donates Hand Sanitizer to Police Departments

Gate City Bank has also made donations to area schools and food banks.

FARGO-MOORHEAD – With hand sanitizer in short supply, Gate City Bank is making sure those on the front lines have access to it. Fargo, West Fargo and Moorhead police departments all received a donation of hand sanitizer from Gate City Bank. The bank donated a total of 1,500 mini spray bottles of sanitizer to ensure officers can stay as safe…

Maple River Winery In Casselton Makes Hand Sanitizer

They have about 8 full staff members helping.

CASSELTON, N.D.- “Germ Off” has distributors in many places across North Dakota including Swen products in West Fargo, Main Street Farm and Home in Lisbon, and National Day Calendar in Mandan. They are able to produce between 12 hundred and 15 hundred gallons a day and they have about 8 full staff members helping. The company says that something unique about…

Truck Drivers Receive Free Meals As a Thank You Amid COVID-19

The organizations are expecting to deliver another 200 meals on Tuesday.

MAPLETON, N.D – Truck drivers continue to keep America stocked with food and supplies despite the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our truck drivers are the backbone of America. They are what keeps the supply chain going and we are so appreciative of everything that they do day in and day out. And while the rest of America is trying to work from…

Fargo Distillery Creates Hand Sanitizer From Liquor To Help Those In Need

The Bottles Were Also Distributed To Local Grocery Stores And Other Businesses For Workers

FARGO, N.D. — Hand sanitizer, it’s something everyone is trying to get their hands on. That’s why Proof Artisans Distillers in Downtown Fargo says they felt the need to help out people in the community. “Using some of what would have been vodka were converting that into hand sanitizers.” Staff have been working around the clock making everything in-house, Northland…

Proof Artisan Distillers Making Hand Sanitizer During Coronavirus Crisis

Hand Sanitizer In Short Supply Since Coronavirus Outbreak Started

Fargo’s only distillery is switching from spirits to sanitizer during the Coronavirus Pandemid. Proof Artisan Distillers says it has approval to switch to making hand sanitizer. Distillers say they’re still working on logistics, but will have an update soon. They’re following a trend around the country of local distilleries combating the spread of COVID-19 by making hand sanitizer. Hygiene products…

The Coronavirus Is Having A Negative Impact On The Beauty Industry

Two businesses in Fargo say there has been a decrease of clients and a number of cancellations.

FARGO, N.D.- Hair and nails salons in the area are continuing to see a decrease of customers. “This week we started to see the impact because there were less clients compared to last week. We were decent last week,” says Duyen Lam, manager at Q Nail & Spa. “I noticed it immediately today when I started. Because my phones weren’t…