NEPI Rockcastle provides an update on the COVID-19 related government measures to its portfolio in CEE
In the Czech Republic, the Government extended the trading ban introduced on 22 October on all nonessential shops until 20 November, with restaurants allowed to operate for deliveries and take away (provided there is direct access to the restaurant from the street). These measures affect approximately 2 percent of the Group’s total GLA. In Romania, temporary closing of food courts, restaurants and entertainment tenants (including cinemas) continues to apply for a further period of two weeks in cities/regions where the number of infections has exceeded 3 cases/1,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days. Indoor restaurants in such regions are allowed to only operate for taking away orders and deliveries. The restrictions currently apply to several cities in Romania, including Bucharest, and affect 3 percent of the Group’s GLA. The geographical extent of these restrictions may change, depending on the prevailing medical situation at the local level. The existing restrictions applied in Slovakia, consisting of indoor restaurants operating only for take away orders…
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