Covid-19 Protective Screens Support the Return to Industry

The Government has announced that non-essential businesses can reopen in England from the 15th June, with precautionary measures put into place.

Hygiene will be the overriding focus for all Covid-19 preventative measures* as businesses reopen their doors using Covid-19 signs, protective screens and clothing to restrict the spread of the virus.

For those that cannot accommodate the required 2-metre distancing rule, the use of protective plastic screens is actively encouraged. But, as the demand for Perspex reaches a high, businesses are experiencing delays in their orders and are facing a decision. Either ask staff to work without a protective screen or remain closed until orders arrive. can aid a business’ return to the industry with a series of protective screens that fit precautionary standards, and, as an alternative to Perspex are available for business use without delay:

The Persona Screen (£44.00) is free-standing and can be easily assembled, with varying widths to fit different requirements.

The Free Standing Counter Top Screens are also available to buy from £63.25, where these Perspex alternatives feature an opening for payment, ideal for check-outs and reception desks. has gone one step further and also offers bespoke services upon request to suit wider business requirements. Luxury glass screens (from £134.00) also available for a premium finish to retail and business requirements.

As England welcomes non-essential businesses back to the market from mid-June; Plastock will be able to support the return of industry and protect staff whilst the UK waits for Perspex.

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