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Corona regulations relaxed: First electronics markets open again

After loosening the corona restrictions, the large electronics chains also want to reopen their shops. The retail group Ceconomy announced that it would open a large part of its "Media Markt" and "Saturn" branches again next Wednesday. The shop space should be reduced so that they meet the requirements. Shops with retail spaces under 800 m² are currently allowed to reopen.

All in all wants Ceconomy Open the shop doors again in eleven federal states: Berlin, Brandenburg, Bremen, Hamburg, Hesse, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, Lower Saxony, Rhineland-Palatinate, Saarland, Schleswig-Holstein and Thuringia. The company promises various hygiene measures, such as spit protection walls at the cash register, mouth protection for the staff and checking the number of customers in the shops. Contactless payments are also requested. In addition to sales, it should also be possible to return repair equipment to the markets. At the end of March, it was announced that Ceconomy plans to apply for government aid to survive the corona crisis.

Competitor Conrad also has shop operations have already resumed. The branches in Hamburg, Hanover and Mainz already opened yesterday, Monday Tuesday, followed by the stores in Hamburg and Bremen. Other providers such as notebook cheaper are apparently not yet that far: At the moment, they are still working on the implementation of hygiene regulations and are planning to open the branches in May an Instagram posting.


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