Booksellers keep Covid-19 measures and urge 'responsible' shopping

Booksellers keep Covid-19 measures and urge 'responsible' shopping

Booksellers are planning to continue some level of Covid-19 safety measures, despite the government’s scrapping of all mandatory precautions in England, including face masks, from 19th July.

This week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the final stage of lockdown easing in England would proceed later this month. Measures like the one-metre social distancing rule and mandatory wearing of face masks will also be scrapped.
James Daunt, m.d. of Waterstones, said his shops will continue to maintain their existing safety measures but the chain will review the situation nearer the July d...

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