4 Steps to Safer Shopping in Liverpool

4 Steps to Safer Shopping

As the city reopens to non-essential retail from Monday 15 June, we're encouraging visitors to take 4 simple steps to safer shopping.

We’re looking forward to welcoming visitors back to Liverpool, and we’re asking shoppers to keep three key principles in mind: Be patient. Be kind. Be responsible.

Here’s how to take 4 simple steps to safer shopping.

a graphic explaining 4 simple steps to safer shopping

1. Stick to the left

A system will be in place where shoppers can navigate Liverpool ONE by keeping left at all times. Signs and arrows will be in place so this is easy to follow. Our wide shopping boulevards will make it easy for visitors to enjoy plenty of space.

2. Keep a distance of 2 metres

Visitors are encouraged to heed the advice to keep a distance of 2 metres from other shoppers. This will be in place when queuing to enter shops, and when inside the shops themselves.

3. Give way

At intersections, where queues may cross each other, we’re asking customers in specific spots to give way to others to avoid bumping into one another. Customers are asked to allow for plenty of time while they shop.

4. Sanitise your hands

Keeping hands clean, and avoiding touching your face, is still a highly effective way to stop the spread. Our toilets are open and free to use, so shoppers can use the facilities to keep their hands clean. As well as this, hand sanitiser stations are located around Liverpool ONE.

Find out what stores are open and when.

We thank our clean team for all they’re doing to keep us all safe. Find out how here.


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