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- Shootings this weekend at a Texas Walmart and a bar in Ohio have left 30 people dead.
- Retail employees are taking to social media to say they’re terrified to go to work for fear of getting shot at their workplace.
- One Starbucks barista wrote on Twitter that the shootings sparked a discussion in their workplace about proper protocols in the case of a mass shooting.
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Retail employees have taken to Twitter to say how the shootings have affected their places of work. Some say they’re terrified to go to work, and others say the incidents have caused them to think about what they would do if a shooting happened at their own workplace
"I wonder if today is the day we become the next mass shooting location," one user wrote on Twitter.
The two mass shootings this weekend left 30 people dead. Twenty people were killed Saturday at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, and 10 more were killed early Sunday morning near Ned Peppers in Dayton, Ohio.
Here’s how retail employees are reacting to the most recent slew of mass shootings, and how the incidents have affected their workplaces:
A Twitter account run by baristas posted that the shootings led to a discussion at the Starbucks where they work about what they would do if one happened there.
"F— this paranoia," another retail employee wrote on Twitter.
An employee at a different Walmart location said that this weekend wasn’t the first time they had "pictured myself in situations like that at work."
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