Like she doesn't want to tell me his name, but it is to be seen in the picture. She's going to buy a soft drink and meat, the usual articles in the wide-ranging cross-border shopping, which of the Range has a turnover of approximately three billion dollars per year.
this sets forth a very varuvagn at the very moment when they are waiting in line, the customers rush in.
Behind him, he has a few crazy days, and then in Norway, on Thursday made the decision to close schools, pre-schools and a university.
" It was crazy, it just blew up. And I mean really blew up. I've never seen anything like it, and I have been working on this for thirty years.< Hypermats the owner of Kaj Hänninen. Photo: Börge Nilsson
Coronakrisen made a clean sweep, detergent, flour, rice, pasta, and toilet paper.
Friday was the same, and on the Saturday started off with a rush in the morning.
" Then slowed down, it's at eleven, and twelve. Typically, the trade-to continue until four o'clock, " says Kaj Hänninen.
Also on Sunday, the faded glory of the morning rush coming to an end. Around lunch, it was empty of customers most of the time.
Monday , the face of Norway, extended, controls, and time are advised to avoid all travel.
It takes its toll on cross-border purchases, where the biggest shopping malls in Nordby, Töcksfors and Charlottenberg, employing between 2,000 and 3,000 people.
unexpectedly, have received multiple orders for the past week, is now the Berth and Hanni doing the opposite.
" We're trying to choke off all imports of the products, however, we must not panic. It's going to get over it. I'm going to ask the staff to give out to vacation, which they still have, " says Kaj Hänninen.
a number of customers to which the DN is talking with, also coronakrisen with a certain amount of rest. Jan Charles Sagmoen from Kongsvinger, norway, a few miles out of the Norwegian side, it makes for a slightly extended söndagshandling.
" I'm not worried about it. I think they will keep an eye on the corona, " he said.
the Other hit twice. Are originated the role of guido is a technician at one of the fastighetsmiljardären Olav Thons hotel at the international airport to oslo Gardermoen airport.
" It's been absolutely dead all week, just a cancellation. Several co-workers are laid-off. I expect that it will take a couple of weeks until it gets back to normal, " he said.
there was no activity at all. On on the the drug saying the tullinspektör, Jonas Karlsson, it's a lot less traffic than a typical Sunday in march. And he doesn't know what's going on in the morning, when there will be increased border control. How many cars will the norwegians to stop? How many pass the check?
the Traffic of a Norwegian gränshandlare has dried up. On the Sunday, drove the fewer cars than normal, over to the English side of the border. Photo: Börge Nilsson
" I made a call to our Norwegian colleagues. They told me that they didn't have any more information, " says Jonas Karlsson.
At the grocery store, the Maximum in the south of the shopping centre of the Range has been kassaledaren: Tina Brink, only one cash open.
" We tend to be there on the Saturday and Sunday. While not the Wine that it is open, there is always a lot calmer for us, " she said.
but Maria Josefsson past. She will stay in the Range, and to bake cookies for a birthday party for a newly minted sixteen.
" well, You have yeast and flour? she asks Tina, the cashier on the way out.
" All of the yeast is the end of the year. And all of the flour. You'll get to bake with the baking powder, " answers Tina.
" I don't want to. We will have to improvise, " answers Mary.
After she passes through the checkout, it is the ice-cream and chocolate sauce in the basket.
Ac, I have at home.