April 28, 2020
by CBC News
If you open it, will they come? The Saskatchewan government’s plan to gradually restart the economy is set to launch next month. Will the public rush back to campgrounds, eye appointments and flower shops? In Germany and other countries that have loosened COVID-19 restrictions in recent days, many residents have decided to stay home.
CBC reporter Jason Warick discussed these issues with David Williams, associate professor of marketing in the University of Saskatchewan’s Edwards School of Business.
Warick: The first phase of the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan is set to launch May 4. Do you think people will come back right away?
Williams: I think people will be more likely to go to their medical appointments because they’re reassured about standards of sterilization and control of spread.
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