27. 12. 2021 12:43 | Great Britain / tvnoviny.sk, vd
People are not prevented by frost or corona virus infections.
Customers are waiting in front of the next store
Christmas sales in the UK began on Sunday. People waited in line until the department stores opened. However, the John Lewis, Marx & Spencer and Next stores were closed. This is not a government order, but a voluntary decision of the management, thanks to the work of the staff during the corona virus outbreaks. The portal said their customers did not receive the goods until Monday Daily Mail.
– Jake Brigstock (jakebrigstock) December 27, 2021
The entertainer, the biggest toy seller, is closed on Sundays for religious reasons, which are all year round.
In front of other shops, customers gather from the fourth morning, and in some cities they have made 500 meter boards. Neither frostbite nor corona virus encouraged them. Customers waited for the rain with thick jackets, coats, hats and in some places umbrellas. In Cardiff, shop staff handed out protective masks to waiting customers.
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– Northern News (northnews) December 27, 2021
Year-end sales are very popular in the UK as customers buy cheap goods for an average of £ 247. Despite this information, the number of customers in shopping centers has dropped by 45 per cent compared to 2019 and by almost 70 per cent in London. Most people started shopping online during epidemics. The British want a safe shopping system for the spread of the new variant of the corona virus, Omigron.
“On the second day of Christmas, attendance was very low as expected. London continues to be plagued by epidemics. People are afraid of the Omigron variant, they do not want to go to the city center, they want to stay at home and shop online, “confirmed the CEO of West End, which refers to the 600 shops on Oxford Street, the most popular shopping street, as well as Bond and Regent Street.
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