Robinsons Place Tacloban Resumed Operations After Razed By Fire
ROBINSONS PLACE BACOLOD – Robinsons Place Tacloban has resumed operations on Friday two years after being razed by fire.
According to Inquirer, the mall resumed operations. However, out of original 254 tenants in the place, only 30% of them have opened, according to Floramie Adolfo, senior operations manager of the mall.
Adlfo said that more tenants will be allowed to open in the coming months, adding that it is best to resume operations gradually.
The said shopping mall, which is the first to open in Eastern Visayas in 2009 was razed by a big fire on October 23, 2019.
On November 8, 2013, the mall was damaged by Supertyphoon “Yolanda” and was looted during the aftermath.
“But we are very excited and optimistic with the reopening of Robinsons here in Tacloban City, which is one of our top performers,”
She noted that the shopping mall management would strictly observe all COVID-19 health protocols, among them include wearing a face mask and face shield, temperature checking, and social distancing.
She added that they reduced their rentals as the economy is still down due to the pandemic. 500 people have been employed with its reopening, based on the report.
Robinsons also operates another mall in Abucay District aside from the said branch located in Marasbaras District.
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