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On Monday, non-essential shops in England will be allowed to open for the First Time since the coronavirus blocking imposed.
dealers have to offer.
Here are five ways will be, how different is it from next week.1. Shops are very different
And only one person at the same time, the possibility of having a lift in a Department Store , unless they are from the same household.
hand disinfection stations throughout the stores and the People -hand-gel will be encouraged, if you are in a business.People are encouraged to use hand sanitizer, if you look in stores
The Shop wizard is different, as well. The Next time, the staff wearing protective visor and have the option of wearing an additional mouth-nose-mask.
Many traders are also appropriate plastic screens at the tills.
And it is a lot more cleaning of baskets, door handles, switches, and escalator rails.
Some retailers, such as Primark, which allows a group of People in their shops from Monday, But they must be from the same household. You also need to regulate the consequences of social distancing, as soon as you are inside the store.People are encouraged to go shopping on your own
Dan Simms, co-head of UK retail agency team of Colliers International , expects "the younger demographic advantage of the lifting of restrictions, to establish contacts and visit retail destinations".
And some of the shopping malls, such as, for example, Manchester's Trafford Centre and the other is located in the possession of Intu, the interior Seating areas "to support the social distancing" and "People to deter them from Assembly".
in the Meantime, Don 't stop for a Cup of coffee with a friend or sitting to eat a bite limited, since some of the shops are opening their in-house cafes or restaurants.3. To touch or not to touch?
Kurt Geiger will also allow People to try on Shoes , provided that they use anti-bacterial hand gel first as well as a pop-sock, But then the Shoes are placed in quarantine for 12 Hours . But in the case of H& M, People will try to put on Shoes at All .the UK High streets are unlikely to return to the crowded scenes like this for some time,
It's the same for clothes. In the Next, for example, can treat the customers clothes, But at Selfridges , shoppers objects are asked not to touch, unless you intend to buy. If you do it, the garment will be put in quarantine for 72 hours.
This is the fact that The Risk of infection with corona virus on a surface is likely to be "significantly reduced" after a three-day period.
The majority of retailers is returned in the vicinity of the dressing rooms and the goods to be put under quarantine for 72 hours.
Some shops offer contactless.
In the case of Primark, the customer places the article Back To an employee to give at a cash register, complete with its receipt, which is scanned. The People will get their refund and take your Position, a returns Department, where it is held for 72 hours before it is back on The Shop floor.
In the Waterstone, that three-day rule also applies to books, the customers browsing in The Shop , which allow them to "self-heal"
But says it in a shop a hard habit could break for some, a consumer psychologist Kate Nightingale.
"It is this almost automatic behavior of the muscles, where you want to touch something," she says. "But then you're in The Middle of the flow of your hand on The Counter [and] remember, 'no, I can't. '"
And this can lead to problems of the other.4. People might be grumpy
Not quite, says Mrs Nightingale.
"limitations" in the shops, as not to touch objects or being told what direction to go in is likely to frustrate People who are already experiencing the fear, because lockdown was enforced on 23 March .in Many shops, such as Primark, have installed plastic barriers at the cash registers
"We Are basically living in a constant state of fear and anxiety - not to leave The House , do not touch someone, not do exactly what you did before - this is not a normal way of human behavior," says Mrs Nightingale.
Even the smallest things can grumpiness the cause. In the case of HMV, which has already opened stores in Canada and the USA, customers will be asked to disinfect your hands before handling any product.
"There are clashes in the shops about it," Doug Putman , the owner of HMV, told The Bbc . "For some customers, they are very comfortable, for [others], they are a little less comfortable. And I think it comes down to your personality type. "
overall, though, he expects the People to do something. "What you have is a General public opinion that, even if you Don 't believe that you should disinfect and this and that, you're going to do it, because it's The Right thing. "5. Be Prepared to wait
Much such as super markets, retailers ask customers in the queue, to prevent overcrowding in the shops and the People to maintain 2m social distance.Selfridges hopes, live DJs bring some of the joy of queuing customers
It can also take longer to pay for your purchases, such as some retailers, any other Fund to close, to prevent People in close proximity to each other.
People can also wait for your favorite shop to open in the First Place . While retailers such as Primark opens 153 stores in England on Monday, John Lewis is only The First of the re-opening of two locations in Poole and Kingston-upon-Thames.
He intends to re-open 11 more branches in The Following week. Stores are selected under the proviso that they are easily accessible by car "is, therefore, the reduction of dependence on Public Transport for customers and partners".