Like many other large shopping centers, the CarrÃ© de Soie was supposed to have its last opening day on Saturday 30th January. On Sunday January 31st, an info alert posted on Facebook announced the opening of the Vaulx-en-Velin shopping center. Bruno Le Maire, who took up the details of the Minister of Economics, said on Saturday: 'Business parks, business parks and branded villages where public transport takes place between outdoor shops are not affected and can remain open.'
Shops closed inside
Do you really have the right to open? It is difficult to have a clear opinion on this issue at the moment, but the CarrÃ© de Soies interpretation, which is not meaningless while not very 'Covid compatible', could be in the word 'outside': it would be certain deals Allowing to open, unlike the shops on Part-Dieu, mostly located indoors.
The CarrÃ© de Soie is affected by the closure
On the prefectures side, the answer is firm: â€œThe CarrÃ© de Soie is severely affected by the closure of shopping centers. It is neither a commercial park nor a commercial park or a branded village as the CarrÃ© de Soie is classified as an ERP shopping center (publicly accessible facility). The prefectural services will contact the center on Monday evening to organize this closure. ''
Confluence provides the list of open deals
The semi-open Confluence mall announced the list of its eligible stores this Monday February 1st: the Carrefour hypermarket, the Voisin chocolate maker, the La Maison Bleue daycare center and some of the restaurants that offer home delivery.
â€œClosed companies do not have the option to click on an order and pick it up or withdraw it. For restaurants, only home delivery is possible, â€says the shopping center in the 2nd arrondissement, as stated in the decree and in the minister.