Organiser insists JFS will go ahead

The organiser of the January Furniture Show has insisted the exhibition will take place in the face of the move to the pandemic Plan B in England.

‘January Furniture Show will go ahead as planned with COVID pass and mandatory face coverings in place,’ says Russell Rule, January Furniture Show event director.  

‘With safety remaining paramount January Furniture Show will go ahead as planned in a safe environment. Conducting a COVID pass policy for entry (fully vaccinated, with the final dose more than 14 days ago or negative lateral flow test taken within 48 hours prior to attending) and mandatory face coverings. To review all safety measures, please visit our website to find out more at 

‘We are committed to bringing you January Furniture Show 2022 in a safe environment that you can feel comfortable attending for your yearly buying needs. We have run successful trade shows up to now following the above safety measures and requiring a COVID pass for entry, the only new introduction being mandatory face coverings. We look forward to seeing you to start 2022 on a positive note for the retail industry.’



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