On July 24, opened up to the Norwegian border in Värmland – a good indication of the cross-border trade in the province.
it's Already there in the morning, the day after the came time, to, inter alia, Range, and travel directions for the gränshandla, which is normal.
" the Mood is very good today. It is, indeed, a day of rejoicing that it has finally been opened up for the sport. The vast majority of our customers are time of the day, they told Claes Sjöholm, director of Charlottenberg Shopping mall, and then.
A week later the state, it seems to be normal again, something New Wermlands-Tidningen, was the first to report on the.
" It was pretty soon after the news broke on Friday of last week. It started getting clients hours, and we've had a huge increase in the last week. It is a very, very significant. We are one of the gränshandelscenter, and over 80 percent of Norwegian customers, " said Madeline Ward, the director of the Töcksfors Shopping center in Årjäng municipality.
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She could also tell that the shopping center has hit a record number of visitors during the past week, in spite of the current coronapandemi.
" We have hit a record high on Tuesday. We had the most visitors ever, with 14,000 customers. Many of the shops also record the date. It is so much fun, " says Madeleine Ward.
She points out at the same time, safety is always the focus of attention.
"Then coronautbrottet, we had to have a avståndsmarkeringar, the focus of the remediation, and additional personnel in the form of the hosts and their safety," said Madeline Ward.
That does not endanger the safety of its customers is something to the Charlottenberg Shopping center also has a strong focus on the.
" Besöksflödet has been unprecedented. One day, a normal day in July, the second day is slightly better and the third day is a bit calmer. "We are very pleased with the start, and it has worked out perfectly," says Claes Sjöholm, director.
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" We have the capacity to find the height of the in the interests of safety and to minimise the spread of infection. There was no danger in it. We haven't been near any record.
Dave Swartz is the managing director of the Gränsköp the West. His grocery store can be the Maximum of the Töcksfors Shopping center has a really, he says, is marked by the norwegians back.
" We could see that the norwegians are back in the immediate aftermath of the Norwegian press conference last Friday. Since then, it has only been increasing with every passing day, and the pike came into the world. It was up to the 70 m line to the end of the eight pots, and when we got the pull back of the store for safety, and placed a guard at the door. At that time I knew that we needed to slow down a little bit, " he said.
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