PRIMARK stores across Wales will re-open soon, with measures in place to keep shoppers safe.
Today Welsh Government has announced that, from April 12, non-essential businesses can re-open in Wales subject to “public health conditions remaining favourable”.
With shops deemed ‘non-essential’ closed since December 2020, some people may be looking forward to updating their wardrobes.
Primark stores – which includes one Cardiff’s St David’s Centre, one on Newport’s Commercial Street, and one in Cwmbran Shopping Centre – are set to re-open on Monday April 12.
A Primark spokesperson said: “We are really looking forward to welcoming our customers back to our stores in Wales on the provisional re-opening date of April 12.
“Safety remains our top priority so that employees and customers can return to Primark with confidence.
“We know our customers will love our amazing new Spring/Summer ranges; bright leisurewear in spring pastels, as well as some exciting new collaborations with Disney and Pineapple, will all be in-store when we re-open.
“As always, we don’t do seasonal sales, but customers can expect our normal great value prices across all of our clothing, accessories, beauty and homeware.”
All Primark stores will have coronavirus safety measures in place to protect shoppers, including:
- Strict social distancing measures
- A limit on the number of customer allowed in store
- Face coverings while queuing and in-store
- Hand sanitisation stations at store entrances
- Perspex screens sand cubicles at till points
- Increased in-store cleaning