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I worked at CVS – there’s a reason the shelves are always so dusty and the trays are gross too

A PRIOR CVS employee has claimed that the store shelves and medication trays he uses are not cleaned as often as one would think.

Speaking to The Sun, the ex-employee revealed they just haven’t cleaned up their respective locations as often as they should.

A former CVS employee claimed that there was a cleanliness issue at the site where he worked

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A former CVS employee claimed that there was a cleanliness issue at the site where he workedPhoto credit: Getty
They said there was a reason the shelves were so dusty

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They said there was a reason the shelves were so dustyPhoto credit: Getty

“The shelves are super dusty and dirty. We had to clean them and that was so disgusting,” the former employee recalls.

They revealed that the reason for the excessive chaos on the shelves was that they could only clean the shelves when they had downtime. This happened once every two weeks.

The ex-employee also stated that the trays they used for the medicines at their respective locations were also dirty.

The purpose of these trays is to count the medicines to ensure customers are getting the correct amount.

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The count is usually done with a tray and spatula to keep staff from touching the medicine with their hands.

The former employee explained: “Some medicines must not be mixed or touched with others [medications]so we were supposed to clean the tray to remove leftovers and residue and my supervisor and team members didn’t.

“Also the trays we use in general should be cleaned as they get gross but you know they haven’t [clean them].”

The Sun has reached out to CVS for comment but has not yet received a response.

In other news, a Costco employee previously revealed that workers at the chain are intentionally moving items around to confuse customers, and it’s all about tricking you into spending more.

Employee Paige Saunders claimed that the instructions to move things came from the company.

She explained: “If you’re looking for something specific, move it, so you spend time looking for it and along the way, [and] pick up other things.”

“New products are also placed at the end of the aisle because you can easily see them and take them with you on the go.”

https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5520100/cvs-dusty-shelves-dirty-trays/ I worked at CVS – there’s a reason the shelves are always so dusty and the trays are gross too

Jessica MacLeish

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