As we ease through the new normal, many shops are opening their doors for customers. One of which is the Japanese Home improvement brand MUJI.
The Japanese brand has reopened select branches for customers who are in need of an upgrade or a quick home fix. Since the announcement of community quarantine brought about by COVID-19, Muji has temporarily closed its doors. However, last June 2, while the country eases through the new norm of GCQ or General Community Quarantine, the brand opened select branches to serve its customers.
These include their branches in Greenbelt 3, Shangri-La Plaza, Power Plant Mall Rockwell, and Bonifacio High Street Central.
With the opening of its branches, Muji simultaneously observed safety protocols to keep its customers away from being contaminated with the virus, which includes wearing face masks at all times, hand sanitizing, and social distancing.
MUJI personnel will be regularly sanitizing store interiors, especially areas such as fitting rooms.
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