The Polish Chamber of Commerce stated that on Sunday, December 6, this year, a draft amendment to the law abolishing the trade ban is mentioned. For small outlets, the proposed changes are an organizational challenge to fill workplaces, as thousands of people are in quarantine.
For small outlets, temporary changes are also an organizational challenge to fill workplaces, as thousands of people are in quarantine – the Polish Chamber of Commerce said on Sunday, December 6, this year, referring to a bill to amend the law banning sales.
Maciej Ptaszyński, PIH’s vice president, told the PAP that the chamber is opposed to the liberalization of Sunday’s trade restriction law, both in and after the pandemic.
He explained that these changes, which are temporary in nature for small grocery stores, are an organizational challenge, for example, in terms of filling workplaces, as there are currently thousands of people in quarantine.
“Restricting trade on Sunday offers smaller retail outlets, especially up to 100 square meters, which can operate on Sundays using the exception of the owner behind the counter. .
On Wednesday, the RCL website published a draft amendment to the law on special solutions related to prevention, prevention and control of COVID-19, which will be commercial on Sunday, December 6 this year.
“The pre-holiday period, especially before Christmas, is a significant number of customers who make purchases. To extend this process over time and thus reduce the number of customers who make purchases at the same time, it is reasonable to include purchases on the additional Sunday, December 6, 2020. it will allow the maintenance of health restrictions in connection with the ongoing epidemic, and, on the other hand, will have a positive impact on entrepreneurs, helping to improve their economic situation “- wrote the draft.
The Polish Chamber of Commerce has about 30 thousand people. shops, food and drug wholesalers and companies in the environmental and service companies FMCG.