Businesses serving consumers - shops, restaurants, bars but also musea, public transportation companies you name it – around the world are thinking about how to function in a society where people have to keep a safe distance. See for instance this article about McDonalds
Facemasks can help perhaps as The Atlantic describes
but one aspect is continuously overlooked…
With venues limiting visitors the automatic results are queues… and in most countries (forget the Brits here…) people hate queues. So wouldn’t it be wise to extend opening hours? All around the world people following a 9 – 6 schedule but that only became commonplace after WWII… why not open up and extend opening hours?
What do you think? We welcome your ideas, links and feedback.
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