Which Stores Are Open During Lockdown

Posted on July 2, 2022
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What Retail Shops can stay open during Lockdown?

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Transcript:
The UK has recently entered its 3rd national lockdown, these levels of restrictions are similar to those offered by the first lockdown. This has been declared as a result of a new strain of coronavirus which has been shown to be a lot easier to spread, exactly how much more contagious it is, is still up for debate but scientists are working on studying this new strain which has shown to contain 17 differences from previous strains.

Whilst the lockdown has been put in place to avoid the NHS being completely overwhelmed by new admissions due to the new strain of COVID, what does this mean for the lives of the general public?

Well, the general government guidance states that, unless it is absolutely necessary, you are not to leave the house under any circumstances. This includes socialising, exercising or generally meeting with other people, you are permitted to go to work if it is essential, however if you are able to work from home then this is strongly encouraged.

As far as work is concerned, for many retail workers, their stores may be closed and so may not be able to work. The list of stores that will remain open are:

Supermarkets

Newsagents

Convenience stores

Food markets

Corner shops

Takeaways and food deliveries

Off licenses and licensed shops selling alcohol (including breweries)

Pharmacies and chemists

Hardware stores

Building merchants and building services

Petrol stations

Car repair and MOT services

Bicycle shops

Taxi or vehicle hire businesses

Banks

Building societies

Credit unions

Short term loan providers

Savings clubs

Cash points

Currency exchanges

Money transfer shops

Post offices

Funeral directors

Laundrettes and dry cleaners

Dental services

Opticians

Hearing services

Chiropody

Chiropractors

Osteopaths

Mental health services

Vets

Pet shops

Agricultural supplies shop

Storage and distribution facilities

Car parks

Public toilets

Garden centres

Retail shops in hospitals

There are a lot of different types of stores that are also made to close, these generally consist of stores that are non-essential or stores that don’t sell items like food or drink. These would be:

Hairdressers

Nail salons

Barbers

Tattoo and piercing shops

Beauty salons

Tanning salons

Gyms

Leisure centres

Betting shops

Vehicle showrooms (except for rentals)

Tailors

Tobacco and vape shops

Market stalls selling non-essential goods

Community centres (except for providing education and training)

Bars, pubs, cafes and restaurants are closed except for takeaway and delivery

Hotels, guest houses and B&Bs

Indoor play centres and areas, including inflatable parks and soft play centres and areas (other than for people who have a disability)

Trampolining parks (other than for elite athletes, people with a disability, supervised activities for children and for formal education or training purposes)

Casinos

Bingo halls

Bowling alleys

Indoor skating rinks (other than for elite athletes, professional dancers and choreographers, people with a disability, supervised activities for children and for formal education or training purposes)

Amusement arcades and adult gaming centres

Nightclubs and adult entertainment venues

Laser quests and escape rooms

Cinemas, theatres concert halls – other than drive-in events, broadcasting performances, training or rehearsal

Circuses

Snooker and pool halls (other than for elite athletes)

Zoos, safari parks, and aquariums

Other animal attractions including farms

Water parks and aqua parks

Model villages

Museums, galleries and sculpture parks

Outdoor sports venues such as gyms, tennis courts, golf courses

Botanical or other gardens, biomes or greenhouses

Theme parks, fairgrounds and funfairs

Adventure playgrounds and parks, including ziplining

Visitor attractions at film studios,

Heritage sites such as castles, stately homes or heritage railways

Landmarks including observation wheels and viewing platforms

And that is a definitive list of what will and won’t be open during lockdown 3. This may be updated in the future but as of the making of this video, all of this information is factually accurate.

If you are interested in supplying your retail business with high quality security throughout the 3rd lockdown, be sure to contact Region Security Guarding today on 01902544321.

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