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Greggs is to open about 800 shops for take-aways on Thursday after the temporary closures during the coronavirus crisis.
The bakery chain, which has More Than 2,050 outlets, said, to open it is planned that all the remaining shops from the beginning of July.
shops and businesses are to start at the beginning, so coronavirus restrictions make it easier.
Also on Tuesday, Cineworld said it would UK cinemas open with social distancing measures from the 10. July.
The government of the United Kingdom, and Monday of This Week found in England.
Lockdown measures in England are to be facilitated due to the more 4. July, when pubs, restaurants, hairdressers, hotels and cinemas would open again.
Fast-food restaurants, first of all, closed their doors during coronavirus-crisis, before you can open a few steps, hesitantly.
In may, McDonald's saw outside some of its restaurants, the Fast Food giant began to re-open some of their UK-drive-throughs.
rival KFC had meanwhile, in April.
Greggs began to open shops during the coronavirus lockdown is the area in may, a study with 20 in Newcastle.
It is now open again, 800 points of sale in the whole of the UK.
The bakery chain said it would help with floor markers in stores by the people, maintain social distance with the guards on the switches, the PPE equipment for personnel, additional cleaning and more hand sanitizer. Customers would be added to the promoted to contactless payments, it.
"I would like to thank all of our 25.000 members for your support and have us to this point. "
Greggs has temporarily suspended its new store-opening program, with the exception for transactions in which it is legally obliged or expected to have a strong customer traffic. He said it will open about 60 stores and closing 50 this year.
It approaches the landlords to rent reductions and accelerated the plans for delivery and click and collect services
UK cinema Cineworld group, to open with "several blockbuster movies, including teaching and Mulan now confirmed for release in The Coming weeks", it is planned in the UK and the USA, from the 10. July.
the chief executive Mooky Greidinger said: "We Are thrilled to be back and encouraged by the recent polls show that many people have missed, go to the cinema. "
in addition to other measures, Cineworld, said it was "adapted to our daily cinema program to manage queues and avoid the accumulation of the masses in our lobbies and improved our cleanliness and Hygiene procedures across all our sites. "
rival Vue Cinemas said in may that it is.