London reopens non-essential stores [Walking Tour Map]

On the 15th of June 2020 London reopens non-essential stores for business after 3 months of lockdown due to Covid-19 protective measures. London is slowly returning back to normal. People are out to enjoy shopping.

All non-essential stores in England are now allowed to open, but with strict safety measures. This walking tour shows how shoppers reacted to the news that London is reopening after almost 3 months in lockdown.

Today I will walk with you through Oxford street, Regent street and Carnaby street. They are forming the main shopping district in the capital. The streets are not crowded, but we can notice significantly more people out.
Which High street shops a reopening?
John Lewis – 13 branches
Next will reopen just 25
Marks and Spencer will open all its shops in England and Northern Ireland
JD Sports is reopening all 309 stores
Primark is reopening all 153 stores in England

Highlights in the video
Oxford Street
Oxford Cirucs
Regent Street
Carnaby Street

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