North East UK news Strict rules you must follow when visiting shops from April 12 PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - These are the rules in place shoppers must follow to keep themselves and other customers safe
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Non-essential shops can reopen as planned next week as England's lockdown will be further eased, Boris Johnson said. But the Prime Minister said "we can't be complacent" as shops welcome back customers for the first time in months. Addressing the nation, Mr Johnson said: "The net result of your efforts and of course the vaccine rollout is that I can today confirm that from Monday April 12, we will move to step two of our roadmap. "Reopening shops, gyms, zoos, holiday campsites, personal care services like hairdressers and of course beer gardens and outdoor hospitality of all kinds." Anyone planning to visit stores in England will need to follow strict rules to keep themselves and other shoppers safe. Each shop will have its own set of rules and guidelines, the Manchester Evening News reports. But here are all the latest Government rules for visiting non-essential shops from April 12.
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. This is in addition to mandatory face masks and social distancing laws. One-way systems and barriers will also be put in place, in measures that will replicate how supermarkets have operated throughout the crisis.
Changing rooms will be open, but under the following guidance "The enclosed nature of fitting rooms may result in increased risk of transmission of Covid-19. "They should therefore be carefully managed to reduce that risk. "Retail businesses should update their risk assessments for each premises where fitting rooms are being used." Extended opening hours to continue when non-essential retail returns Longer opening hours in England will help people return to our high streets safely when non-essential shops re-open from 12 April at the earliest. Temporary measures to make socially distanced shopping easier to continue Longer opening hours for retail to give shoppers more flexibility and ease transport pressures Flexible working hours for construction also to continue, helping industry continue to operate safely
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