I read this news from thesun.co.uk, B&Q Paint, Dunelm, JD Sports, and other brands closed their shops temporarily due to lockdown. As the last night Government of the United Kingdom announced for the lockdown.
Last night, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom asked the brands to close all the shops that are selling the non-essential things. This lockdown is announced for three weeks to control the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak.
These brands like B&Q Paint, Dunelm, JD Sports are included in the list of those brands, who closed their shops before the official lockdown announcement.
Brands who closed their shops due to the Coronavirus Pandemic are:
- John Lewis
- Dorothy Perkins
- New Look
- Ted Baker
- River Island
- Calvin Klein
- TK Maxx
- Patisserie Valerie
They said that they are presently working out the most secure and most straightforward approach to help communities in giving just necessary items moving advances.
Is B&Q Paint Open:
The chief executive of B&Q Paint said, “The government asked to close all the shops, selling non-essential things. But now we learned that the government said that all the hardware equipments include in essentials.”.
“So, we decided to open our shop. But we will provide you the safest way to come and purchase your required things.”.
However, we restricted the number of people who entered the shop. Only limited people will be there. And in all our physical stores in the UK, US, and Europe, we introduced the markers on the checkouts to maintain the social distancing.
And during the lockdown, you can also order our products on our website. Just click and get the products on your doorsteps. But click the product on the website and pick it from our store is not available during these days.
B&Q Paint also announced that they are providing contactless home delivery due to the COVID-19 pandemic. And the service directly to customer care is also available. But we warn you first that wait until you get the confirmation news of your product.
Is JD Sports Open:
“Peter Cowgill,” the executive chairman of JD Sports said, “Alongside every other person, the gathering is encountering significant disturbance to our business activities as we try to keep our associates and clients safe from the impacts of Covid-19 (Coronavirus).”.
Furthermore, they said that all the stores of JD Sports are shut down all over the UK, Europe, and also the United States.
Peter Cowgill also said, “Safety of our members and other persons is our first priority. We will take all the actions according to the guidelines of our government.”.
All the present news of JD Sports are totally opposite to the last night’s decisions. Last night they showed that they decided to remain their stores open during the lockdown period.