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Adopting Corona-lifestyle: Back in game!

More than 3 million people have been affected, 0.92 million people recovered and 0.21 million people died worldwide by the COVID-19 virus (28 April). After China, this deadly virus is drifting its rampage in EU countries and the USA. Though in Europe life is getting normal, most of the countries withdrawing the lockdown.

Figure:  Brands are opening stores with all necessary equipment like masks, hand sanitizer or gloves and separate entrance/exit is in place.

People in these countries embraced the Corona-lifestyle thus making life easy in a new way. Also the people from South Asian countries, Middle-east should adopt the new lifestyle to back in normal life and the economy will restart again. But the governments should work more intensively to ensure public health.

Dennis Blobel, District Manager Middle/South Germany & Switzerland at Adidas shared a post on LinkedIn where it is seen that they have opened store in Germany last Friday. Some part of the post is shared below for the readers-

“Good to see some of my teams back and serving customers in a new way of normal.

After a couple of weeks of total lockdown, we finally getting back step by step.

Last Friday we opened our doors in both Frankfurt stores, Metzingen and Zweibrücken and of today

our stores in Nuremberg and Munich.

All necessary equipment like masks, hand sanitizer or gloves and separate entrance/exit is in place.

Store teams are happy, full of energy and looking forward to welcoming our Adidas customers.

We took the circumstances as it was and find new ways of working and set up video calls, did sports workouts, created a thank you video to all health care workers across two countries and engage each other during these sessions.

In very simple words it was great how we handled it. Great spirit, fun and a clear focus on coming back stronger than ever.

Back in the game!”

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