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WAREHAM – Business seemed brisk at Verilife’s reopening Memorial Day for curbside sale of recreational marijuana at its dispensary at 112 Main St.

Patrons lined up across the street to await the call for their appointment.

Verilife requires patrons to make a reservation beforehand and asks that they try not to arrive more than five minutes early for their appointments so as to better observe social distancing, according to the Verilife website.

“All transactions will take place outside of the dispensary entrance. Please do not arrive more than 5 minutes early for your scheduled appointment time. Once your reservation is confirmed by security, we will provide you with a paper menu and direct you to a designated spot in line to maintain an appropriate distance between customers. Once you are in line and your ID has been verified, you will select what you want to purchase and a Verilife representative will take your order, collect payment, and bring your order to you outside,” according to the website.

It also noted, “Payment by debit card and CanPay are preferred and highly encouraged. Cash payments cannot take place outside and will have to occur inside our secure vestibule. If you are paying with cash we ask if you can try your best to pay with exact change. If you are paying with cash you will be required to wear a mask to enter the vestibule.”

Under Gov. Baker’s phased, reopening plan, recreational marijuana sales were sanctioned to restart May 25 with restrictions, including that sales be restricted to curbside pickup and delivery only.

 

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