All of Planetwin365 shops will receive the necessary kit to reopen safely as soon as the resumption of activities will be ordered after the stop caused by the Covid-19 emergencyLatest News
Waiting to know which measures the Government will decide for the gradual reopening of productive activities, Italy is preparing to face the safety recovery after two months of total block of the country to face the spread of the epidemic from Covid- 19.
SKS365, one of the main betting operators in Italy with Planetwin365 brand, has decided to send an Opening Safety Kit to its network of around 1000 shops located throughout the territory, consisting of masks with FFP2 filter and disposable latex gloves for all staff, masks eco-friendly for customers, sanitizing gel, adhesives to be applied on the floor to distance customers, plexiglass dividers for bookers and counter.
“We have remained near to our partners who, after the provisions related to the containment of Coronavirus, have kept the shop closed in compliance with the rules and public safety – commented Luca Grisci, Director of Retail of SKS365 – and to help them start again in the best conditions we have prepared a kit anticipating the moment when it will be possible to open again the shops. It is one of the contributions that we consider essential, as well as useful to make our partners feel our support and presence in this delicate moment."
The Safety Kit will be distributed free of charge in conjunction with the opening of Planetwin365 shops, once the Government's criteria for managing betting shops have been defined, so as to ensure that the equipment supplied complies with the established provisions, as Grisci added: "All the material provided in the Opening Safety Kit has already been certified by the competent institutions and the health authorities, therefore in line with the provisions currently in force regarding the reopening of commercial establishments, but we await any new additions that we can follow, to provide what will serve to restart the business in full compliance with the directives."