Tehama County residents continue to adjust to everyday life with stay-at-home order

It’s week four of the stay at home order and people are still trying to adapt to everyday life.

Posted: Apr 16, 2020 6:55 PM
Updated: Apr 17, 2020 8:42 AM

RED BLUFF, Calif. – It’s week four of the stay at home order and people are still trying to adapt to everyday life.

Alana Hoagland owns the Plum Crazy Boutique in Downtown Red Bluff. Hoagland and her family are coping and making adjustments to how they live. Such as going grocery shopping earlier, wearing gloves and masks while out, and trying to keep the six-feet distance.

“I think it’s a matter of adjusting we do business, being a little more versatile and flexible, and to be able to think outside the box,” said Hoagland.

Hoagland says she's had to make adjustments for her business and customers, such as more deliveries and pick-ups.

Hoagland tells Action News Now, her business is holding steady thanks to an online shopping group she created on Facebook.

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