Germany: Stores to open on a flexible schedule

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The risk of contracting the coronavirus is high wherever there are crowds. Federal Minister of Economics Peter Altmaier is in favor of more flexible opening times for shops in the country.

“Now we need to think about how to organize the process of purchasing goods so that people do not gather in crowds in front of stores in order to avoid the risk of infection. Everyone should be able to buy what they need at a convenient time, without stress. It is also important to prevent the rush, ”the politician said. He also believes that the topic should be more digitalized, inviting consumers to order online through special offers.

Altmaier plans to shortly consult with retailers, industry associations, as well as local government officials and industry experts to discuss ways to mitigate the impact of the retail crisis.

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