New laws for Tesco, Aldi, Liddell, Morrison, Asda and Sensbury

New laws for Tesco, Aldi, Liddell, Morrison, Asda and Sensbury

Coronavirus We are constantly changing the way we shop with product limits, quenching systems and face masks.

Following this week’s latest announcement, new measures are now being implemented. It is mandatory for all stores in England to cover the face of the shopper – minus the valid exclusion list.

However, now this rule will be extended to all retail workers who must wear a mask while working.

This means everyone in all UK supermarkets now has to wear a mask, unless they have a discount, Essexlive said.

Some of the top supermarkets announced the rules this week:

Tesco

  • Since July 24, the face covering rule has come into effect from the in-store.
  • Where necessary, we will limit the flow of people to our stores to ensure we are not too busy.
  • Hand sanitizers are being installed around our store for the use of customers and colleagues, as well as additional cleaning products to wipe your trolley or basket.
  • In some stores we will introduce instructional floor markings and new signs for safe movement around the store.
  • Marking new floors will help you keep a safe distance from others while waiting for money.
  • We are installing protective screens at our checkouts.
  • Where possible, we will create separate entrances and exits to our stores, making it easy to keep a safe distance from other shoppers.
  • Please try shopping yourself to help reduce the number of in-store people at any one time. We understand that this is not always possible, so if you need to bring the kids with you or shop with a carer, you are welcome to do so.
  • Use card or contactless payments if possible.
  • Please avoid shopping at our dedicated time for the weak and elderly. And please be kind to our colleagues, because they are working hard to serve you; We are all doing this together.
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Asdar buyers [file image]

Asda

A customer waits outside the Aldi store in Plymouth where the traffic light entry system has been installed.
A customer waits outside the Aldi store in Plymouth where the traffic light entry system has been installed.

Aldi

  • Mandatory face covering
  • Social distance in stores including markets on the floors of checkouts
  • Stores may restrict access during busy hours
  • Customers were encouraged to buy only what they needed
  • Trolley and basket cleaning station
  • Use card payments or contactless where possible

Liddell

  • Crowd control systems to manage social distance
  • The traffic light system to tell you the quietest time of shopping
  • Mandatory face covering
  • Disposable gloves for bakery use
  • Increased non-contact payment limit – 45
  • Security screen checkout
  • Staff wearing protective visas
  • Trolley cleaning station

Staff working at the coronavirus testing center

Morrison

  • Reinstall indoor and outdoor queuing systems
  • Social distance to the store
  • Marshalls to guide customers to correct rows at checkout
  • Mandatory face covering
  • More clean arrangements

Sensbury

  • Mandatory face covering
  • To remind customers to wear a face mask
  • All staff wear face ings
  • Opening time has been extended
  • Customer Sanitizer Station

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