Out and about
It was a Barbados not seen in the last six weeks. Forget those long supermarket lines, or sitting at home in front of the television. Yesterday was a time to hit the beach, or go shopping.
From in the capital Bridgetown where customers became customers again, to along the country’s pristine coastline, the island in the sun appeared to be as normal as it has been since Government’s restrictions were put in place from March 28.
Most Barbadians appeared to stick to social distancing protocols as Phase 2 of Government’s COVID-19 reopening plan came into play, but there remained a few that let emotion get the better of them.
Customers, deprived of entering certain stores for more than a month, hustled to and from in mostly clothing and household stores on Swan Street.
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