One California bakery is delivering cakes with quarantine messages. The bakery is creating a bright spot as people stay inside to follow CDC guidelines for social distancing.

Butter& shared cakes with messages like “Don’t touch your face”, “Wash Your Hands,” and “Pretend You’re an Introvert.” The San Francisco area bakery is getting creative to make and deliver cakes in the time of coronavirus.

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As businesses around the country are forced to close to dine-in guests, business owners are getting creative with ways to make money and sustain their business through uncertain times. The bakery is making smaller sized cakes, perfect for 1-2 people isolating according to CDC rules.

See their Instagram post, below

https://www.instagram.com/p/B9u3FSuJz_T/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

The company is currently delivering cakes in the San Francisco area.

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