As lockdown rules are getting relaxed, every day is witnessing several renowned brands reopening their stores.
After Columbia and Hudson’s Bay announced the reopening of their stores early this week, athletic apparel retailer Lululemon is slowly reopening its stores and welcoming the shoppers.
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The retailer is, however, ensuring all local Government and public health authority guidelines and instructions are followed while reopening the stores in a phased manner.
While Lululemon reopened more than 150 stores across North America, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand on 21 May, around 200 more stores are all set to reopen over a period of next 2 weeks.
The retailer has made the wearing of masks mandatory for all employees and customers in addition to modifying the working hours so as to encourage social distancing.
TJX, which owns TJ Maxx and Marshalls, too has reopened over 1,600 stores across the globe. While, the brand has reopened its stores fully or partially in 25 US states, in other countries such as Germany, Austria and the Netherlands, the stores are fully operational. Stores in the UK are still closed.
TJX too has made it clear that it will be reopening stores in phased manner following all social distancing protocols. The brand hopes to reopen majority of its stores by the end of June.