Things are finally starting to open back up after what seemed like a very long few months.  If you're missing shopping, you're in luck.  Kittery Premium Outlets in Kittery, ME is now back open.  They had been closed since March 19th.

Covid-19 is still a consideration, so the Outlets have put some security measures in place.  According to Premium Outlets,  customer safety is their priority. They plan to have signs put up both inside and outside the building, instructing shoppers how to follow their new guidelines.

In addition, there will be markings in the parking lot to help customers with social distancing and remaining six feet apart.   They'll have directional signs in the outlets to keep traffic flowing in one direction. Floor decals and alternating tape will direct traffic flow in common area runs to maintain social distance.

Valet will be temporarily closed and only specific entrances will remain open.  In addition, according to WGME, their will be increased sanitization and disinfecting in the high traffic areas and restrooms.  They will also have additional hand sanitization stations throughout the outlets.

WGME reports that shopper safeguards will include making available protective masks, sanitizing wipes and temperature testing at entrance.  They also will no longer have common seating areas. Other places to sit will be spaced out to maintain social distance.

If you're hungry, there will be take-out available in the food court, with the tables spaced out, according to Premium Outlets.  Strollers will not be available, and they have also cordoned off the drinking fountain.

The outlets are currently open every day from Monday-Saturday 11am to 7pm.  Sunday you can shop from 12-6pm!


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