Visitors will be able to use the centre’s car park again from next Monday
A number of new measures have been introduced, including signs on the floor encouraging customers to follow a one-way system and to adhere to the two metre social distancing rule.
There will also be a limited queuing system outside shops to prevent too many people going into stores at any one time.
Meanwhile, lifts are going to be restricted to one person or family group at a time. Priority will be given to those who may need to use them more than others.
The Liberty’s cleaning team will be sterilising lifts and other key locations regularly to ensure the centre is as safe and clean as possible.
All of the centre’s staff are following strict hygiene rules, such as regularly washing their hands and using disposable gloves.
Visitors will be able to use the centre’s car park again, with the usual prices from Monday to Saturday.
“We are looking forward to reopening and welcoming back customers on Monday with the new measures in place,” said Centre Manager at The Liberty, Jonathan Poole.
“The safety and welfare of all of our occupiers and visitors is paramount to us which is why our team has been working really hard to prepare the centre for Monday.”
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