Jun 16, 2020
Coronavirus: Greggs to reopen 800 shops for takeaway on Thursday
Greggs is to open about 800 shops for takeaways on Thursday after temporary closures during the coronavirus crisis. The bakery chain, which has more than 2,050 outlets, said it planned to reopen all its remaining shops from early July. Fast food restaurants initially closed their doors during the coronavirus crisis, before some started to tentatively reopen. Greggs began to reopen shops during the coronavirus lockdown in May with a trial of 20 in the Newcastle area. It will now reopen 800 outlets throughout the UK. The bakery chain said there would be floor markings in the shops to help people maintain social distancing with protective screens at the counters, PPE equipment for staff, additional cleaning and more hand sanitiser.
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