Erina Fair urges residents to continue to support local retailers

IA cafe in Erina Fair mage: Erina Fair

Erina Fair has urged residents to continue to support local retailers during the coronavirus pandemic, with the Centre remaining fully open with extra safety precautions in place.

Centre Manager, Stephen Ross, said the safety and wellbeing of customers, centre staff and local community was the highest priority.
“As countries around the world continue to respond to the unprecedented coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we’re monitoring the situation very closely and have already put in place a number of measures to ensure the health and safety of visitors to our Centre,” Ross said.
“Our centre management team has been trained in preventative and reactive measures, in line with guidelines from health authorities.
“We have also increased the frequency of cleaning of common areas, bathrooms, parents’ rooms, play areas, elevators and escalators with hospital grade disinfectant.
“We have displayed public health signage throughout the Centre and have provided additional hand sanitisers for customers and centre staff.
“Erina Fair has made the proactive decision to postpone our upcoming events and activations.
“We hope to reschedule these events at a later date, and we’ll keep you updated via our website and social channels.
“We’re sorry for the inconvenience, but it’s important that we act responsibly.
“Our Centre remains fully open and trading so our retailers can continue to provide our community essential products and services.
“Retailers are working hard to maintain stock levels as best as they can, and we thank you for your patience and support of them.
“Please continue to support your local retailers and community.
“When shopping, you may wish to use a sanitiser wipe supplied by many supermarkets to wipe down your trolley before and after use.
“Paying with a debit or credit card also means you do not need to exchange cash.
“We will continue to monitor the evolving situation and advice of the Australian Government Department of Health and will update our valued customers.”

Media release, Mar 18
Erina Fair Centre Manager, Stephen Ross