Retail Stores 20% Occupancy, Staff Excluded

March 29, 2021 | 3 Comments

Following the new restrictions that took effect yesterday [Sunday], the Bermuda Government released a graphic to provide guidance on the regulations for maximum occupancy for retails and grocery stores.

The graphic says, “Retail and grocery stores are open with occupancy limited to 20% to achieve appropriate physical distancing of 6ft between customers. In calculating the maximum, occupancy for customers, staff is excluded.”

Retail Stores 20 Percent Occupancy Staff Excluded Bermuda March 2021

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  1. VIP says:

    Burt I voted for you and like many we’re truly realizing you’re… Please my brother don’t allow this to be your legacy. The people want to know does the OBA and FDM leaders support this new draconian order?
    COVID doesn’t care if it’s 50% capacity or 20%. It also doesn’t care at what time you lock down BDA at night. You’re listening to advisors throughout your leadership that are giving you bad advice you need to listen to the voters and families that gave you a 30 v 6 win.

  2. Why!!! says:

    When you become a doctor or a scientist, then we will listen. Should definitely think before speaking. Just don’t get it. Long as it ain’t you let’s keep rolling. Never seen such selfishness out of people, so what you fight it off. How about that does that don’t. Stop blaming government, if you can do better run for office. Everybody has all the answers when their not making the decision.

    • Hmm says:

      ViP dont worry the ObA will listen to the voters. The PLP is slowly making bad choices that will only cost us more money in the end. They will not win the next election because black Bermudians will refuse to vote.

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