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After closing their doors just one month ago amid the Coronavirus pandemic, Gregg’s will re-open a limited number of stores in a bid to get ‘the nation back up and running again’.
Selecting a small number of stores to start off with, the nationwide bakery will trial new social distancing measures as part of a gradual re-opening plan, with the view of opening the rest of their 2,050 stores safely.
Speaking to The Sun, a spokesperson for Gregg’s said: “We want to play our part in getting the nation back up and running again so we are planning to conduct a limited trial with volunteers to explore how we can reopen our shops with new measures in place that keep our colleagues and customers as safe as we can when we re-open at scale.”
The bakery will join Five Guys, KFC, Burger King and Costa, who have all begun serving food for takeaway only at a small number of their outlets.
It is currently unconfirmed how Gregg’s will conduct the trial and it is yet to be announced which stores will be open and whether the service will be delivery only.
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