Following the easing of business, street shops will be opened tomorrow, and restaurants and cafes will also be able to collect food - in addition to deliveries • Who will open and who will remain closed?
Admit you missed: Street shops, restaurants and cafes are expected to open again tomorrow (Sunday). At this stage, it was determined that within the framework of facilitating business opening, only Take Evie services from the various food stores would be possible, in addition to the delivery service made possible to date. So which known networks will open their doors and which ones (for now) remain closed? List before you.
Have you missed the sandwiches and sushi?
The chains of cafes and restaurants that are expected to open tomorrow for Take Evie services include the Aroma Israel, Jaffnica and Landover coffee chains. For example, over 100 Aroma Israel branches will be opened in street shops and open centers, with the exception of branches in malls and areas that have not yet received opening permits. Also, for Landver Coffee branches, some will be active in the permitted format, and will include Take Evie services, and some will remain closed for the time being.
The McDonald's chain has also announced that it will gradually expand its operations starting this Monday, offering parallel take-aways service at some restaurants, including Mac Drive. The Roldin Cafe chain's branches will be open as part of its street and open areas, and will also operate in accordance with the Ministry of Health's guidelines.
About 20 additional restaurants are expected to be opened each day for take-and-take services. Most of them will open by the end of April. However, mall restaurants will remain closed to the public for the time being until new guidelines are issued.
Fashion chains remain closed: "The country needs to take care of the pit"
In terms of clothing and fashion chains, the Delta stores, which will be opening this week, open the street shops and open centers. Opticana has announced that it will continue to operate 10 emergency branches that have been open so far.
The Ronit Raphael Beauty Science Network, with 10 branches nationwide, will also gradually start returning to activity today in accordance with the Ministry of Health's guidelines.
However, an extensive set of fashion chains are not ready to open their stores yet. These are chains incorporated in the "Fashion and Trade Association", including Fox, Llyn, Beitili, Hiker, Eitz & Ofer, Optica Halperin, Iruka, Shiluv, Mango, Teva Naot, Hamashbir Consumer, Golf Group and Coffee Cafe.
The Havans Network also decided not to open its branches. Manny Moreno, VP of DIFEERENT, which imports HAVAIANAS flip flops to Israel and operates 15 branches, said: "There is still the matter of the home distance limit and if there is such a restriction why open street shops? For me to run the two street shops I have out of the array, it will cost me hundreds of thousands of shekels with the cost of Back Office, the area managers and the network manager, it's not economic. Citizens are confused and so are we. "
He added: "Beyond that, there are very large economic damages that we suffered in March-April. Together with all the branches of the industry, we do not open the stores and treat it at the most serious level that what happened here that the state gave us to close and the expenses continued to grow, creating a hole. "This pit needs to be addressed and the state is responsible for it. Bibi says he has $ 130 billion in bill - so that will free up funds to start this industry."
"It's important to understand that nobody wanted to get rich at their expense. We asked for everything that comes in. To make a profit this year no one will earn like that, everyone will lose. The thing is to keep jobs for people and care for people. We employ 160 people, that's 160 families in Israel and we Relatively small company for large groups "