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Next, Debenhams, Primark and other 'non-essential' retailers are set to reopen in the UK on June 15

Next, Debenhams, Primark and other 'non-essential' retailers are set to reopen in the UK on June 15
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As mandates on lockdown restrictions are slowly relaxing, most non-essential retailers in the UK are prepared to resume business from June 15.




The latest government rules allow individuals to meet outside in groups of 6 in the UK, and in groups of 8 in Scotland. Retailers that will reopen are required to adapt to government health and safety guidelines.




From fast-fashion retailer Next to high-end department store John Lewis, here's a list of some of the big retailers that plan to reopen in two weeks in the UK.




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Retailers in the UK are gearing up to reopen in mid-June, as the government has announced the relaxation of lockdown restrictions.
Apart from small groups of 6 people allowed to meet outside in the UK and 8 in Scotland, non-essential shops will also be permitted to open their doors to the public.
On March 22, the UK government instructed non-essential retailers to shut shop.
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