// Topshop, JD Sports, Joules and Fat Face suspend click-and-collect services
// Follows a similar move from John Lewis announced earlier this week
Topshop, JD Sports, Joules and Fat Face have become the latest retailers that have suspended click-and-collect services at their shops to help curb the spread of Covid-19.
It comes after John Lewis announced earlier this week that it would suspend its own click-and-collect services amid soaring daily infection rates in the wake of the new strain of the virus.
A ban on click-and-collect for non-essential retailers was also implemented across Scotland.
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JD Sports’ website states that click-and-collect services to both store and post offices have been temporarily suspended.
While Joules said it stopped in-store click-and-collect, customers can still pick up orders at CollectPlus points.
Topshop has emulated Joules’ approach – suspending click-and-collect from shops but allowing order collections from myHermes parcel shops.
Meanwhile, Fat Face’s website simply says click-and-collect is unavailable.