The Boots store and pharmacy in Reigate High Street has reopened after a temporary closure that lasted around a fortnight.
A sign on the door says the store will be closed between 2pm and 3pm each day, but that otherwise “temporary” opening hours are 9.30am to 6pm Monday to Saturday, and 11.30am to 4pm on Sunday.
That’s a slight reduction from normal opening hours.
Signs also say that the number of customers allowed inside at any one time will be limited.
The premises reopened on Thursday, but initially just for a few hours each day.
When the store was shut, a sign said that the closure was on account of the coronavirus pandemic, for the safety of staff and the public.
A list of pharmacies across Reigate & Banstead can be found on a borough council webpage: other pharmacies in Reigate town centre are Morrisons and Day Lewis (in Bell Street).
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