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Sainsbury’s Fleet Street.


It seems even the more robust retailers have found it necessary to shut stores as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, albeit this one appears to be a temporary closure. This boarded-up Sainsbury’s is in Fleet Street in the heart of London and is usually busy with office wotkers grabbing snacks to take back to their desks. I was suprised to see it shut as I have been in a few times and found it very crowded, although judging by how empty the streets are there are clearly very office workers around, which is hitting the shops that depend on them.

The Sainsbury’s Local store on Fleet Street which has been temporarily shut as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. September 2020.

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