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“It starts with you”: Free masks from Plaza for the people of Kragujevac

Shopping center Kragujevac Plaza distributed branded reusable cotton masks in Serbia, thus showing once again the concern for the health and safety of its tenants, visitors, and fellow citizens.

As part of the “It starts with you – safe shopping” campaign, the center’s promoters distributed free masks to Kragujevac residents at the busiest points of the city – on Đački Trg square near the Vita Janjić dormitory, then in Veliki Park near the Gerontology Center, and on the plateau in front of the shopping center.

The humanity of a society is reflected in its attitude towards its most vulnerable members, so the masks were also given to the employees and residents of the Safe House “Kneginja Ljubica” in Kragujevac.

Kragujevac Plaza shopping center has not forgotten about its online community, and its most active followers on social media will be gifted with branded masks during August.

KRAGUJEVAC PLAZA SOCIAL RESPONSIBITY

Only with our personal and joint responsibility towards the health of the entire community, our society can return to a normal life as soon as possible. Kragujevac Plaza Shopping Center has once again demonstrated with this action that it continues to set standards in Serbia and the region.

Kragujevac Plaza Shopping Center Manager Nemanja Savcic stated:

“We are recognized by world experts for assessing the safety of shopping centers. We recently received a certificate of compliance with the COVID-19 security measures from the Center for Safe Shopping (SSC) headquartered in Sweden and thus found ourselves among the selected centers that meet international health standards in visitor safety”.

This action is another confirmation that the center, in cooperation with the Kragujevac Institute of Public Health and the Regional Chamber of Commerce Kragujevac, constantly implements prevention measures. These include implementing prescribed hygiene and disinfection measures, ensuring that employees and its visitors respect the physical distance of at least two meters within the mall, and reminding them to wear protective masks.

The Kragujevac Plaza shopping center is open to visitors every day from 10 am to 10 pm, while the restaurants, according to the decision of the city administration, are open until 8 pm for now.

Details on current events can be found on the shopping centers website or on its Facebook and Instagram profiles.

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