N.S. daycares, businesses prepare to reopen while waiting for government plan

HALIFAX -- There may not be an official plan in place for reopening Nova Scotia’s economy just yet, but businesses like Tim Hortons are already getting ready for how they will operate post-pandemic.
"We already have in the restaurant, mandatory masks and gloves for our teammates, we're taking the temperature of everyone that’s coming in on shift. We have acrylic shields when you're ordering, we have contactless trays that we use to pass you your food,” said Duncan Fulton, Tim Hortons’ chief corporate officer.