Coronavirus: Supermarkets feeling effects of SafePass, warn of measures

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Supermarkets on Thursday hit out against the SafePass requirement in food stores which they said has only caused conflict with members of the public.

In a letter to the health minister made public by the head of the Pancyprian Association of Supermarkets (Pasype), Andreas Hadjiadamou, the group also complained about the steep fines imposed they said threaten to drive them out of business, warning of measures unless the requirement is scrapped.

In at least two cases in the past few weeks, several supermarkets have been each fined €8,000 for either allowing someone in without a SafePass, or having...


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Coronavirus: Supermarkets feeling effects of SafePass, warn of measures


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