Edna Valley Market in San Luis Obispo is making adjustments to some of its services due to the cornavirus outbreak.
Managers at the 24-hour gas station and deli say business is usually flowing but its dropped amid the pandemic.
They say staff has been significantly reduced and open hours for the deli have been changed to 5:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. daily.
"We're just trying to feel the flow of business, some days are real slow, some days are busier than others." says market manager, Cory Martin.
The menu options have also been limited.
Managers say it's nerve racking not knowing what to expect moving forward, but they are trying every day to find a new normal.
The gas station and food mart remains open 24/7.