Heritage Quay Reopens To Shoppers With Enhanced Safety Measures

A view of St. John's

The Heritage Quay Duty Free Shopping Center reopened select stores this week in accordance with COVID-19 Emergency Orders established by the Government of Antigua and Barbuda. Several of the stores that make up the shopping center relaunched operations on Friday, May 1, including various retail and food and beverage outlets.

Dona Lisel Regis-Prosper, General Manager of Global Ports Antigua Ltd, described some of the changes that have been implemented to improve the shopping experience and to protect tenants and shoppers. “Several of our tenants served the local market and want to ensure a safe shopping environment. The open-air shopping environment here at Heritage Quay makes it easier for our customers to practice social distancing properly while getting their shopping done.  We’ve been extremely proactive about mitigating the impact of COVID-19 on our tenants and our entire community since the start of this outbreak, which led us to implement some significant changes several weeks ago.”

“Customers will see that we’ve installed additional handwashing sinks in common areas and increased the frequency and soundness of our cleaning and sanitizing protocols, including the disinfection of public spaces. We will provide face masks for customers who don’t bring them and have also installed new signage to encourage everyone who enters the shopping center to practice proper hygiene to protect themselves and others.”

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