Shopping malls are expected to open on 8th May. Once they do, centralised air conditioning should not be used as it increases the risk of virus transmission, the number of shoppers will be limited, social distancing measures will still be in place and mall staff should wear protective gear.
Most people are already used to adhering to the rules of behaviour in closed facilities like shops and public institutions, i.e. wearing masks and gloves, keeping a safe distance and waiting in line to enter a facility. These rules will also apply to shopping malls. The experts stress that, regardless of the recommendations, it is very important to be aware of the risk.
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Facilities, i.e. work and communal areas and equipment, must be disinfected regularly and disinfection barriers must be put in place. Pharmacies and grocery stores in shopping malls have not closed at all and the measures they have been implementing so far are still valid.
Hypermarkets also say that they will continue to implement the same measures as before. This implies, as they point out, detailed disinfection of spaces, baskets, trolleys, shelves and other items. Employees must wear protective clothing and use disinfectant gels.
(Vecernje Novosti, 30.04.2020)
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