Employees and customers in shops are generally wearing gloves and masks, while businesses have been told to limit the number of people inside the store at any one time. Shops are installing hand sanitiser as a safety measure, but this is not a requirement. Some stores are seeing employees stagger their arrival and departure times and avoid congregating in areas where they can store personal items. The Government has aimed to give advice to businesses rather than imposing strict requirements, with companies allowed to choose whether they put into place any one-way systems in aisles. Shops are also free to decide whether they want also choose to put up glass barriers at checkouts or give staff plastic visors to cover their face. Footfall is down, but Italy-based Matteo Sinigaglia, chief executive of denim label Replay has said conversion is now higher, telling Drapers: 'People who are going to stores are going to buy: they're not window shopping.' At the high-end women's … [Read more...] about The no frills new world of British retail: Shoppers face one-way walking system, tills behind screens, changing rooms closed and no seating when stores reopen – but will customers be too scared to return even with huge clearance sales?
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His comments come after politician and mining billionaire Clive Palmer said he would launch legal action against Western Australia in the High Court, claiming it's 'unconstitutional' that he was denied entry into the state due to coronavirus border closures. … [Read more...] about Australia records just THREE new coronavirus cases in 24 hours with only 33 people in hospital nationwide – as states reveal which restrictions will be eased in the coming weeks
The new graphs come on the heels of projections from the PolicyLab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia that show several several are at risk of a second wave of coronavirus infections within the next months. … [Read more...] about Worrying new graphs show how coronavirus is STILL surging in many US states with infections spiking up to 900% in parts of Texas and Florida since April