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Boris Johnson suggests face coverings could become mandatory in shops

Face coverings are currently compulsory on public transport and in hospitals in England, while in Scotland people are legally obliged to wear face coverings inside shops and on public transport. // PM Boris Johnson wants “stricter” rules around face coverings in confined spaces, like shops // Downing Street is reportedly looking into the issue and …

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NRAI’s SoP suggests 2-metre gap between tables in restaurants

The National Restaurant Association of India (NRAI) on Thursday came up with a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for restaurants whereby among other social distancing norms, it has suggested a 2-metre gap between tables. Formulated in partnership with Releski, a Bengaluru based skill-tech company, the SoP suggests that in case of back-to-back seating, people sitting with …

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EsselWorld suggests self care and self entertaining options for consumers

India’s first amusement park, EsselWorld has entertained more than 40 million visitors for the past three decades. However, since the COVID-19 outbreak happened in India, EsselWorld has shut its operations until April 15, 2020 keeping in mind the health and safety of its staff and guests. Since then, the entertainment destination has been giving their …

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As ecommerce grows, online shoppers are getting more bang for their buck, index suggests

What shoppers put in their basket has changed radically The rise in ecommerce is driving increased sales of some key items – and falls in sales of others – but it is also seeing shoppers get more for their money.   So finds Adobe, which on analysing trillions of online transactions across 100 million product …

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CAIT suggests imposition of minimum operating price for products, Retail News, ET Retail

NEW DELHI: Traders body CAIT on Sunday suggested the government to impose a “minimum operating price” for products, alleging that traders are at the receiving end of a pricing onslaught posed by e-commerce firms and brands in collusion with banks. The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has written a letter in this regard to …

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