Sunday, April 21, 2024

Not business as usual at Sheraton


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It was back to business at Sheraton Mall in Christ Church on Monday, but it was not business as usual.

While the usually bustling mall was looking a little more like its old self following the reopening of some of its stores, it was still mostly empty.

Barbados has entered into phase 2 of its reopening schedule after a lockdown due to COVID-19. For Sheraton, this meant stores such as T&C Stationery, Promotech, DE Computers, Circuit Electronics and Dollar Wise could open. In addition, hardware store Do It Best and supermarket iMart had never closed.

However, the COVID-19 protocols are still in effect so those doing business at these stores either had to order ahead and pick up; conduct transactions outside the individual stores as customers were not being allowed inside or line up and wait until the maximum number of allowed customers had been reduced. (CA)

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