Safety region in talks with Outlet about number of visitors | 1Limburg


The Limburg North Safety Region will be talking to the Designer Outlet in Roermond about the number of visitors in the brand village.
A spokesperson announced on Monday that the security region will investigate whether a lower number of visitors to the trademark village contributes to better compliance with the one-half meter rule. “Keeping distance is not a problem in stores, but it can sometimes be a problem in queues outside the stores,” the spokesperson explains.
To strive
The aim is to have clarity by the end of August, the spokesman said. With the investigation, the safety region is complying with the request of Mayor Rianne Donders van Roermond to determine whether lower visitor numbers in the Outlet Center are needed to make it easier for visitors to comply with the corona measures.
Also read: Donders: Possibly allow fewer visitors to Outlet
The Roermond brand village was recently in the news because the corona virus has been detected among staff. A total of six employees are known to be infected so far. During the peak of the coronavirus, the attraction was closed for a while. When the brand village reopened, a maximum number of visitors was allowed to shop. It is now very busy again.
Many visitors complain about the crowds and the way the shopping center deals with the corona measures.
Also read: Crowds in Limburg: are we at risk of a second corona wave?


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