GRAND Indonesia Mall is planned to reopen on June 8, 2020, although this plan may change as it awaits a decision from the government not to extend the Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB).
According to Annisa Hazarini Corporate Communications Grand Indonesia said the management continued to practice the health protocol that had been carried out before when the mall was reopened. Regarding the number of visitors, Grand Indonesia has not confirmed whether it will later limit the number of people who come.
“We are also waiting for the rules and decisions of the government. Grand Indonesia will check the body temperature of all people who enter the shopping center area, ranging from visitors, employees, vendors, contractors to online motorcycle taxi drivers who enter through the main door or loading dock,” Annisa Hazarini said.
She added, everyone will be required to wear a mask while in the mall area. Everyone will be guided to apply distance restrictions through queuing stickers in the entrance area, in front of the elevator, in the elevator, toilets, prayer rooms to the taxi queue.
“The number of seats in places such as the G Card counter, G Card Lounge, and Foodprint was reduced so that visitors were spaced from one another,” she concluded. [antaranews/photo special]