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Florist shops and nurseries to reopen on Friday

Florist shops and nurseries will reopen on Friday, a day after the government decided to add them to the list of exemptions to restrictions that shut down most non-essential businesses in Slovenia in the face of the coronavirus epidemic. Moreover, construction work where there is no contact to the client will also be allowed from Friday.


The government decided to allow florists’ and nurseries to reopen because spring is a peak selling time for these businesses that invested a lot of funds and work in growing seedlings and other plants, which would go to waste unless they are sold, the government Communications Office said after a correspondence session on Thursday.

Moreover, construction work will be allowed at construction sites that are not used as living spaces and where the workers have no contact with the clients.

Nevertheless, those involved will be obligated to use face masks and gloves and to keep a safe distance from others.

Consumers can only go to the nearest florist or nursery. If there is no such business in the municipality of their residence, they may cross into another municipality.


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