Bookstores, stationery stores, computer and software stores, telecommunications equipment, sportswear, flowers, KTEOs, hairdressers, beauty salons, shoe polishers, optics stores, summed up during today’s briefing by the Minister Deputy Minister of Development and Investment Nikos Papathanasis is in good health for the course of the corona in Greece.
Referring in more detail to the opening of stores tomorrow, Monday, May 4, in the first phase of lifting the restriction measures, Mr Papathanasis said that companies should strictly adhere to measures such as the ratio of sq.m., the distance between employees and compliance with the customer list.
The protection measures should be strictly observed, said Mr Papathanasis, emphasizing that the health rules should be emphasized and gloves and masks should be used, while he pointed out that there will be administrative sanctions in case of violation of the rules.
At the same time, it was reminded that the food stores will continue to operate from 7:00 in the morning until 21:00 in the evening on weekdays and from 9:00 in the morning until 20:00 in the evening on Saturdays until May 9.
As far as hairdressers and beauty salons are concerned, their hours can be from 7:00 in the morning until 22:00 in the evening on weekdays and from 7:00 in the morning until 21:00 in the evening on Saturdays.
Jobs must be at least 2 meters apart while the use of a mask for employees is mandatory. The same goes for grocery stores.
In any case, there are no massage shops, pilates and personal training starting tomorrow.
The Undersecretary reminded that complaints about profiteering and non-compliance with the measures can be made on the number 1520.