CAPFIELD REMINDS VISITORS OF THE SAFETY MEASURES AT THEIR SHOPPING CENTRES AND ENCOURAGES ALL SHOPPERS TO WEAR A MASK
With tighter restriction measures announced on Friday by the Government, Capfield detail how they are adhering to the rules at Lasnamäe Centrum, Nautica and Lasnamäe Prisma.
“Our priority remains the well-being and safety of all our visitors, tenants and staff whilst we ensure the continued operations of the Centres. Since March 2020, measures have been implemented in to all our centres to ensure the safety of all those who visit and work in them, including touch-free hand sanitizers, 2 metre floor markers, increased deep cleaning, good levels of ventilation, redistribution of seating in restaurants and cafes and social distancing directions as well as encouraging contactless payments.” Ruben Gornischeff, Board Member, Capfield.
“In accordance with the more recent guidance issued by the Government on Friday we kindly insist that all employees and visitors wear a mask when visiting our centres. Masks can be bought at dispensers found at all our entrance doors and can also be provided to you if you have forgotten your own one” Ruben Gornischeff.
“As we gather real time footfall figures for all our shopping centres, we can reliably reassure our visitors that we are always comfortably below the Government issued capacity guidance. Should shoppers wish to visit during our quietest times, we advise that they come between 09:00 and 11:00 when we typically have the fewest visitors.” Olga Allik, Centre Manager, Capfield.
“Our ‘Win your money back’ campaign and future sales campaigns have all been paused until it is appropriate to reinstate them. We want to thank all the visitors to our centres for being responsible. This is a joint effort and we encourage everyone to keep adhering to the agreed rules. Please do remember to bring your mask and wear it when you visit any shopping centre and always practice social distancing when visiting.” Olga Allik.
The full details of the safety measures that Capfield takes at their centres can be read at nautica.ee/en/teie-heaolu/.