Facemasks to become mandatory at intu Victoria Centre


As from Friday, anyone visiting intu Victoria Centre, whether that is to work or shop, must wear a face covering when entering and walking around the malls. Anyone not wearing one, could be refused entry to the centre or asked to leave. There are some exceptions, these being children under 11, people with disabilities or those with breathing difficulties. Members of the team will be on hand to support our visitors throughout their visit.

 Nigel Wheatley, centre director at intu Victoria Centre, commented:  “Throughout the pandemic, we have been and will continue to do everything we can to make sure intu Victoria Centre is a safe place to visit and work. That includes following the guidance from Public Health England and the Government. 

“So far, over 90% of our brands are now open, and we’re seeing more, and more of our visitors returning every day. People are really enjoying being back, and making the most of a little retail therapy.

“In addition to the existing safety measures we already have in place, from 24 July everyone that visits the centre, whether that’s to work or to shop, will need to wear a face covering.

“We know that the experience will feel different, however we hope these measures will help provide all our visitors with additional reassurance.”

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