B&Q reopens ALL 288 branches in UK after coronavirus shutdown

B&Q has today reopened ALL of its UK branches following the coronavirus shutdown.

The DIY store this morning announced that all 288 of its UK stores are open, but with "strict social distancing measures in place".

B&Q has been reopening stores gradually following the physical closure of all shops on March 25.

The hardware chain had been named as an "essential retailer" but has been operating an online-only service.

B&Q’s website DIY.com has remained open for home delivery and click and collect orders.

Safety measures in the newly reopened stores includes perspex screens at checkouts and two metre marking distances across shop floors.

Customers are also having to queue to get into stores due to B&Q limiting the number of shoppers allowed in at one time.

More to follow…

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