Rachel Fournier

Ralphs

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Cashier at the Ralphs near the USC campus.

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Rachel Fournier, a cashier at Ralphs supermarket near USC, she says volume is constant. She tries to enforce social distancing at her checkout line.

Ralphs cashier on supermarkets during coronavirus: Like Super Bowl on Thanksgiving

Rachel Fournier, a cashier at Ralphs supermarket near USC, she says volume is constant. She tries to enforce social distancing at her checkout line.

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