Tag Archives: lockdown

Curb the COVID spread as the economy restarts

Although lockdown measures around the world are easing, the Covid-19 pandemic is still very much at large. As restrictions ease, concerns are rising that it could trigger a new, and more deadly wave of the killer virus.   Countries that had a significant drop in cases during the months of April and May, and subsequently began […]

Your guide to Covid-19 face masks.

Alongside the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918, Covid-19 is one of the biggest medical scares in recent history with a death toll topping 524,000 worldwide*. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), people can carry and transmit the Covid-19 virus to others while showing absolutely no symptoms. It has been suggested that 40-80% of transmission […]

Will local neighbourhood stores become the new post-lockdown High Street?

As we gradually get used to the slow easing of the lockdown, have local convenience shops done enough to earn a larger slice of long-term shopper loyalty in the new normal? Research from Deloitte Digital recently spotlighted in Retail Gazette showed almost 60% of consumers used more local stores during lockdown. But as High Streets […]