I notice amongst the adaptations that shops are taking in Denmark is the use of
painted red circles on the floor to guide people as to the distance they should
stand from each other and from serving staff.
The idea is good but this particular method has obvious difficulties for a
visually impaired person unable to see these circles. It occurred to me that
in advance of such a system being introduced here then we should discuss
quickly a more accessible option rather than painting circles on the floor.
My daughter suggested that instead of painted red circles shops should consider
sticking washable rubber mats on the floor at these spaces so that somebody
with a cane has at least a chance of feeling such a designated queue waiting
What do people think?
I am posting this on the Vi Gen Access list as well.