Confinement measures and exceptions in Andorra enable illa Carlemany to expand its supply

During the COVID-19 confinement in the month of April, the Government of Andorra has adopted certain measures to make it easier for the people. However, this does not mean that the confinement has been lifted.

The Government has enabled certain businesses to resume activity, meaning that illa Carlemany is increasing its supply. Hence, in addition to the chemist’s, Farmàcia Galeno, and Caprabo supermarket, which have be open since the first day of confinement, other establishments are also now open, including Llibre Idees, Casa Viva and Hunter by Yorky’s (on floor 2), and J&M Informàtica i Serveis, Tintoreria Núria and Mister Minit (on floor -1).

All the shops open to the public at this time are adopting strict hygiene measures to attend their visitors, while limiting the number of people who can physically be in the shops at once.

As regards the shopping centre’s facilities, other measures were already implemented some time ago. Among others, those measures include: reinforced cleaning shifts, placing special attention on handrails, doorknobs, railings, lift control buttons, bathrooms, etc.; circuits have been created to guide visitor foot traffic; elements susceptible to being sources of infection have been removed; the social distancing required by the authorities has been promoted; and hand sanitizer dispensers have been installed.

In addition to the physical opening of shops, in keeping with the new measures, most of the shopping centre’s brand stores offer customers the option of shopping online or by telephone. To consult the list of stores that offer this service and find out how to contact them and shop, visit our profiles on Facebook (“Services” section) and Instagram (profile highlights marked in bold), as well as the “Activities” section of this website.



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