The hand dryers are already automatic and the entryway to get into the bathrooms at The Rose already do not have doors, so concert-goers don’t pull or push on them. Once these automatic faucets and toilet flushers are installed, the entire bathroom will essentially be touch-free, Schommer said.
“We are trying to be proactive and diligent in producing as healthy an environment as possible for our patrons,” Schommer said. “We are eagerly awaiting the ability for those types of gatherings.”
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Schommer said the city is also looking into installing touchless hand sanitizer machines at the entrances of The Rose.