INretail is disappointed that the store will not be allowed to open fully from 3 March, the trade association responds in a press release at the press conference on Tuesday evening. During the press conference it was announced that shopping by appointment will be allowed from 3 March, but there are several conditions attached to this.
Today INretail will talk to the Minister of Economic Affairs, it reports in the press release. There, the trade association will discuss the interpretation of the details of the conditions attached to shopping by appointment. It also wants to talk about the possibilities for more improvement than has now been announced. “The maximum space must be sought within the safety and enforcement rules.” Shopping by appointment is allowed with a maximum of 2 people per floor per hour, with a maximum of six times per hour. The appointment for shopping must also be made at least four hours in advance.
Outgoing Prime Minister Rutte stated in his speech yesterday that chain stores are not helped much by this relaxation and that extra support is therefore being sought for medium-sized and chain companies. INretail will also be discussing this with the Minister of Economic Affairs today.
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