Hands, Face, Space - Safely visiting Harlow Town Centre
When visiting Harlow Town Centre, remember that things are a little different at the moment, COVID-19 is still present and to help protect ourselves and others there are a number of measures are in place to make sure your visit is as safe as possible.
Harlow is currently in Tier 2 (High Alert) meaning that some additional restrictions are in place. To help make visiting Harlow Town Centre as safe as possible there are one-way systems across most areas to help you navigate the town centre safely. You may also need to queue outside at some shops and stores and there are additional queue systems for Nationwide Building Society, HSBC, WHSmith and Post Office, McDonald's and Primark located in Broad Walk.
To held keep you safe there are hand sanitiser stations in the bus terminus, Harvey Centre and The Water Gardens as well as in many shops when you enter. And remember, you must wear a face covering inside a store as well as the Harvey Centre, unless you are exempt.
For further information on the current tiers and restrictions visit: www.gov.uk/guidance/local-restriction-tiers-what-you-need-to-know
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