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Social distancing signs are set to be put in place by Bromsgrove District Council as more shops across the centres are set to open on Monday.

The Council is implementing its action plan over the weekend and into next week which includes signs, risk assessments and communications with businesses, in a bid to keep shoppers and traders as safe as possible.

Visitors to the District centres' shops are being urged to adhere to the social distancing guidelines and to wash or sanitise their hands, all in line with Government advice.
Council Leader Karen May said: “While this is great news for shoppers and traders alike, we need to be mindful that we are still in the midst of a pandemic, continue to keep 2m apart and to keep on washing or sanitising our hands.
“Our signs encourage this but people need to take responsibility to ensure that they keep themselves – and others – safe.
“And I urge people to support our independent shops and our market which have felt the impact of the lockdown and now need our help to recover.”
Links to Government guidance are available on our website bromsgrove.gov.uk/coronavirus