Retail was given the opportunity to resume operations in Italy for the first time since quarantine this Monday. However, not all retailers were quick to open. About 30% of stores remain temporarily closed, as their owners prefer to wait, see how the situation will develop, writes Worldfootwear.com.
Italy is one of the countries most affected by the spread of coronavirus. Removal of quarantine in the country takes place in an environment where the epidemic has subsided, but the problem has not been completely removed. Therefore, both retail and shoe production in Italy resume work, starting with the implementation of preventive measures designed to protect people from possible infection. Stores are trying to ensure that people are in the store at least a meter apart, and retailers are also trying to eliminate the situation of a large number of visitors in the sales area at one time.