MarketPlace Stores Reduced To 20% Capacity

March 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

The MarketPlace stores, Dollar Depot, PriceRite, and Sears will be reduced to 20% capacity and the company has urged people to keep at least 6 feet apart while shopping, sanitise hands upon entry, wear a face mask, and use card payments where possible.

This follows after new regulations took effect today [March 28], with the relevant portion stating, “The owner or operator of a retail store, including a grocery store, shall ensure that the number of customers in the store does not at any one time exceed 20% of the store’s occupancy capacity, which shall be calculated in accordance with guidance.”

The company released the graphic below which states, “In adherence to the latest government regulations, The MarketPlace stores, Dollar Depot, PriceRite, and Sears will be reduced to 20% capacity.

“Here are a few tips for a safer shopping experience:

  • “Keep at least 6 feet /3 meters apart while shopping and when in a queue
  • “Sanitise hands upon entry into stores, and continue to wear a face mask/cloth covering while shopping
  • “Shop alone, not in groups when possible
  • “Shop sensibly, consider others while shopping, especially those most vulnerable
  • “Consider card payments where possible
  • “Utilise our grocery pick-up and delivery service”

MarketPlace To Reduce Capacity Bermuda March 2021

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