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Tuesday, March 24, 2020

MP explains strict lock-down rules for businesses

Clwyd South MP Simon Baynes has posted on Facebook an explanation of what the lock-down rules announced yesterday mean for local businesses.

He says: "Retailers allowed to stay open include (note: businesses and premises that breach the guidelines will be subject to prohibition notices, and/or unlimited fines):

■ Supermarkets and other food shops
■ Pharmacies
■ Petrol stations
■ Newsagents
■ Bicycle shops
■ Home and hardware stores
■ Laundrettes and dry cleaners
■ Garages
■ Pet shops
■ Post Offices
■ Banks

Businesses will still be able to take online orders and deliver items to people's homes. Retail and public premises which remain open must:

■ Ensure a distance of two meters between customers and shop assistants;
■ Let people enter the shop only in small groups, to ensure that spaces are not
■ Queue control is required outside of shops and other essential premises that
remain open.
Environmental Health and Trading Standards officers will monitor compliance with support from the police.

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