Irish customers welcome reopened bookstores

Irish customers welcome reopened bookstores

Customers have "welcomed" the opening of bookstores in Ireland this week, The Bookseller has heard. 

The bookshops opened at 10.30 a.m. on Monday (8th June) to stagger high street footfall with commuter traffic, in accordance with government guidelines.

All bookshops, apart from those in shopping centres, are able to reopen now, with mall outlets opening as of 15th June. Eason shops and most independent vendors have opened, with Dubray's bookstores opening for business today (10th June). Most shops are planning a phased reopening with shorter opening hours and reduced staff to begin with....

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