May 26, 2020

Coronavirus: John Lewis plans phased reopening of stores

John Lewis is planning a phased reopening of its stores, using lessons it has learned on social distancing from the partnership's Waitrose shops. John Lewis and other non-essential shops in England can reopen on 15 June, with open air markets and car showrooms allowed to open from next week. Shops must install new safety measures,but there are fears too few customers will come in to make it profitable and to keep businesses alive. "Shopping is a social, fun experience a lot of the time and social distancing takes that away. It's going to be a very different way of shopping from what we're used to." Jeanette has been busy preparing her shop for reopening safely.

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