Since lockdowns began, we have noticed an increase in customers suffering with headaches and reduced quality of vision. It is likely that excessive screen time could be a contributing factor in this increase.
To say that 2020 has been a turbulent year is an understatement. Everyday life for most of us came to a grinding halt in March, leaving the world struggling. Many were forced to work from home or worse, lose their jobs. Schools closed too, and we had to remain indoors in an attempt to contain the spread of Coronavirus.
Wearing a facemask is now part of our daily routine but safety is priority to defeat Covid-19 and we all need to do our part. Unfortunately as you may well have experienced, wearing a facemask can cause irritation, because as you breathe you find that your lenses fog constantly.
Along with your eye health, we are of course now focusing on your safety when you visit us. As with most places you visit now, things are a little different. Read on to find out more on what to expect when you next visit us.
When the Covid-19 pandemic first hit us, it left many of our customers struggling as they were advised not to leave their homes. Some needed repairs or were awaiting their new specs to arrive in-store, others needed their contact lenses or had concerns about deteriorating vision. Then lockdown occurred and we reluctantly had to close all stores, adding to the difficulties our customers (and ourselves) faced.
As soon as it is safe for us to reopen, we'll do so - and look forward to seeing you all again. When that time comes (hopefully in the not-too-distant future) you can be assured that not only your eye care will be our priority, but your safety too.
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