UK retailer Game has explained how its stores will operate when they reopen in England (June 15) and Wales (June 18).
In a note published on Tuesday, the retailer said that customers would be unable to browse stores and instead staff would be on hand to discuss purchases and finalise click and collect orders.
The number of customers allowed inside stores will be limited, the retailer said, while 2m social distancing rules will be maintained for those inside and perspex screens will be placed in front of tills to minimise contact with staff.
Customers are being advised to purchase items via contactless payment for the time being, which is available for anything up to £45 in value.
Trade-in services will be available when Game stores re-open, however the retailer said it would be cleaning pre-owned stock with alcohol and then placing it in quarantine for three days before being resold.
Game’s Belong esports arenas will remain closed for the time being, it said. There’s currently no schedule for when Game stores will re-open in Scotland.