Primark in Brimhead is open 36 hours directly to Christmas shoppers

Bramad Shopping Center set to be open 36 hours a day until Christmas to assist Primark shoppers

High street retailers were forced to close for three weeks in the Tier 4 region of Scotland due to lockdown bans on essential stores.

All stores in Scotland will reopen on Friday 11 December in an effort to reduce high customer demand during the now busy festive season, the Daily Record reports.

Primark Brahehead will be the only overnight business store for a period of 36 hours – and will open on December 11th at 9am and on December 12 at 9pm.

All other stores across Scotland will trade until at least 8pm on weekdays until 23 December.

Safety continues to be a top priority for Primark and all stores continue to have comprehensive security measures in line with government guidelines.

These include strict social distance protocols, limiting the number of customers allowed in the store, hand sanitation stations at the time of entry, cubicles on perspective screens or tulle, use of in-store masks, and increased store cleanliness.

Paul Merchant, CEO of Primark, said: “We are delighted to be able to re-open all our stores in Scotland on 11 December during the long shopping spree to give our customers more time to shop safely.

“We have what our customers expect from Primark, including our famous Christmas jumpers, festive pajamas and more.

“All of our comprehensive security measures are in place to help ensure a pleasant, safe experience for everyone shopping at Primer.”

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Primark protection across all stores:

Government follows local government guidelines and limits the number of customers allowed in the store at any one time to the appropriate distance between customers and employees.

Sign-up and floor decisions, as well as dedicated staff and security personnel, to manage customers through the Sign Store in a way that restricts communication with others

D Redesigned the layout of our stores for more space among the people by reconfiguring our queuing system at our points to allow social distance. Dedicated employees will be needed to manage the proper flow of Qatar

Ry entry and exit points will be clearly marked.

Customers are often reminded to comply with social distance measures.

Guidance In line with official guidelines, all customers must wear face covering in our stores unless they are exempt due to medical treatment.

When entering the entry store, customers are asked to use the hand sanitizer that is provided at the store entrance. Dedicated staff will step forward to assist customers in need.

Our all employees wear masks and need to wear them while they work n

Perspective screens or cubicles have been placed on the tile to help customers protect customers and employees.

Cash payments and encourage non-communicative payments if possible to reduce cash interaction.

D Dedicated staff to manage stores and store-wide entrances if necessary to ensure that social distance measures are followed

Ed dedicated staff are at the top of the hand hygiene stations and will confirm any issues or concerns to the store manager.

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All has invested significantly in increasing the frequency and rigidity of our store cleaning policies across all of our markets, with a special focus on higher frequency touch points in the backyard, such as trees, escalators, elevators and staff areas.

A has introduced a basket cleaning system, so the handle of each basket is cleaned before use.

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