Birmingham news intu issues statement after Merry Hill shoppers slammed MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - It comes after the public took to Twitter to slam shoppers at Merry Hill
Breaking News ! intu has issued a statement after shoppers slammed other visitors to Merry Hill for flouting social distancing measures. They took to social media to voice their concerns after spotting numerous people 'not following the one-way system' and 'not wearing face coverings'. After the flurry of complaints, intu has issued a statement in a to quash the complaints. The shopping centre giant claims it has done and continues to do everything it can to make sure Merry Hill is a safe place to visit. But it has reminded the public that there are some exemptions for not wearing a face covering. Read More Related Articles UK coronavirus death toll rises by 10 with more deaths in West Midlands as new lockdown rules loom Read More Related Articles Wolverhampton hit-and-run horror: Everything we know so far after boy, 4, and teen injured A spokeswoman for intu said: “Throughout the pandemic, we have been and will continue to do everything we can to make sure intu Merry Hill is a safe place to visit.
. Our priority has always been to keep people safe and we continue to make sure our centre is clean and has all the relevant safety measures in place.
“Across the centre, we have clear signage highlighting our safety messages and our teams on entrances and across the mall are reminding visitors that they must wear a face covering and keep a safe distance during their visit "Everyone that visits the centre, whether that’s to work or to shop is asked to wear a face covering. However, there are some exceptions, these being children under 11, people with disabilities or those with breathing difficulties. “We’ve seen the majority of our visitors do their part in helping to control the virus by following these official guidelines and this includes social distancing and coming to the centre well prepared with coverings.”
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