Changes in retail, including supermarkets was suggested by the Committee of Experts at their meeting yesterday.
Citizens' access to supermarkets will be easier as more consumers will be allowed per square meter.
The committee's proposal proposes changes to the operation of supermarkets, making it easier for consumers to access however, if cases increase and intubated, it is not ruled out that the measures will be tightened.
According to reports, will be allowed 1 person per 9 sq.m.. while it will impose the use of a mask in all corridors - which anyway - is mandatory for indoor areas.
We remind you that the suggestion of the experts does not bring about changes by itself, as it is the government that will decide whether these measures will be implemented.
So, will continue to operate in the same way - until the new measures are announced- as follows:
- One customer per 15 square meters
- With distances and mandatory use of a mask
- In closed supermarkets where there are restaurants and cafes, a certificate is already required, in case someone sits inside. The "rest" can go outdoors.
"Everywhere" access, only fully vaccinated have and will have, which, however, must also keep their distance and take safety measures.
Depending on the new suggestion of the experts, the numbered entry cards will also change, which are now given by employees at the entrance of supermarkets.