GameStop was ordered by the city of Boston to close a store that had still been serving customers, despite a state-wide lockdown.
The city's inspectional services department issued the order last Tuesday after finding the Dorchester store had been operating for several days, The Boston Globe reports.
Staff had been selling games through a gap in the door wearing gloves or GameStop plastic bags taped around their hands, as advised by an internal email.
The state of Massachusetts ordered all non-essential businesses to close down on March 24 to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Despite a previous attempt to position itself as "essential retail," GameStop does not qualify for offering curbside pickup services.
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