P.E.I. Cannabis Sales Plummet as Stores Remain Closed Due to COVID-19
‘Right now we’re probably doing approximately 30 to 35% of our normal business’.
Sales in P.E.I. Cannabis have fallen close to 70 per cent since retail outlets were closed in order to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Cannabis retail stores on the Island were closed alongside liquor stores on March 19. While some liquor stores on the Island have reopened, the cannabis stores remain closed, although sales can still be made online.
“Right now we’re probably doing approximately 30 to 35 per cent of our normal business that we would do during this time of year,” said Zach Currie, director of operations with the P.E.I. Cannabis Management Corporation.
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