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As lockdown restrictions finally begin to ease, Cardiff Council have launched a phased plan to gradually reopen Cardiff as one of the safest cities in the UK.
Shoppers, workers and residents visiting Cardiff city centre from Monday, June 22, will be greeted by a number of new measures put in place to safeguard the public as COVID-19 lockdown restrictions begin to lift.
Safety measures will include:
Setting up staffed welcome and information points
Creating a clearly signed walking system – accessible to all
Establishing queuing areas outside shops
Leaving available bench spaces where people can stop to rest
Closing Castle Street and Mill Lane to traffic
Help and advice for people with disabilities including a motorised, buggy, pick-up service
OPEN SHOPS IN CARDIFF
Some serious retail therapy is long overdue but please remember that not all shops will be open straight away, click below for a list of stores that we know have reopened. We will keep this list updated but make sure to check ahead of your visit to avoid disappointment!
If you’re wondering where exactly the new safety measures will be, then make sure to download this handy city centre map showing the locations of welcome points, walking systems and transport facilities.
Remember, please be patient and stay safe.
FURTHER ADVICE & GUIDANCE
For the most up to date information, advice and guidance on the changing COVID-19 situation, please visit:
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