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En español | As the COVID-19 pandemic swept the globe, Americans stocked up on supplies and hunkered down to ride out the health crisis. Now, even as much of the country takes steps to reopen businesses and resume activities, daily life is far from normal. Face masks and physical distancing are constant reminders. So, too, are the signs posted by businesses. Here's a look at how these signs evolved over time, from handwritten warnings of “No toilet paper” to professionally printed admonitions of “No Mask, No Service.” See for yourself.
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