Aberdeen’s Union Square shopping centre has announced its reopening date.
The centre, which was forced to close earlier this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, will open its doors to customers once again on Monday.
There will be a number of safety measures in operation, and visitors must wear face coverings when on site.
A statement from the centre said: “First, we want to say a massive thanks to all our essential workers that have kept key stores open and running while we’ve been in lockdown, and to all the NHS workers that have truly gone the extra mile over the past few months.
“We need to work together to keep safe, and the way we all shop is going to feel different for a while. We’ll be introducing a range of measures to keep you safe.
“Please also follow Scottish Government guidance in relation to the wearing of face coverings as this will apply within Union Square.
“You’ll see signs clearly displayed around the centre, reminding you of the need to social distance and not to shop in large groups. Hand sanitiser will be available and we’ll be following enhanced cleaning procedures.
“We’re restricting how many people can enter the centre and stores at any one time. This way, we can ensure everyone in the centre is able to social distance easily.
“Our toilets and baby changing facilities will be open and we have introduced measures to encourage social distancing.
“Our car parks will be open, but we ask that you remain aware of others when using them. We will only be accepting card or contactless payments at our pay on foot machines in the car park.
“Not all stores will be able to reopen initially and to further help plan your visit we’ve published an up-to-date list of open stores on our website, so please check before you visit.”
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