COUNCIL bosses have confirmed that checks will be carried out on businesses across the borough to ensure they are Covid-secure ahead of their phased reopening.
Over the coming weeks, officials from Barnsley Council will be visiting businesses to ensure they are following coronavirus guidance in a bid to keep staff and customers safe whilst at work.
This comes ahead of April 12 when non-essential shops are allowed to reopen following the government’s Covid-19 roadmap.
A spokesperson for Barnsley Council said: “We will be visiting businesses across Barnsley to check Covid-secure guidelines are in place to keep their staff and visitors safe.”
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