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Have Supermarkets Become to Relaxed?

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https://news.sky.com/story/covid-19-supermarkets-most-common-exposure-setting-for-catching-coronavirus-in-england-latest-data-shows-12136418

Do you think they should go back to limiting customers to try and help reduce exposure?

I do think something needs to change as once you get through the doors it seems to be a free for all with people wandering about in all directions touching everything.

Getsome
7 days ago
What do you think of this?
PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc7 days ago

I saw an old man buying half a dozen water bottles of 5ltrs.

That was odd, but let him be.

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Getsome
Getsome
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7 days ago
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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc7 days ago

He bought plenty of water for God knows why. There's enough in the world for everyone.@Getsome

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angelik
angelik7 days ago

Yes, I do think they have relaxed their rules too much . I always try to keep away from others when I'm shopping, but it can be very hard to socially distance when there are loads of people in there, most not making any effort to keep their distance.

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gerrykelly25
gerrykelly257 days ago

Our supermarkets had extra staff who sanitised the trolleys between use during the first lockdown. They have now disappeared and the trollies aren’t being regularly cleaned. They do provide towels and sanitiser but the onus is now on the customer rather than the shop.

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RegularComper90
RegularComper907 days ago

Social distancing no longer exists at all in my local Aldi. Whilst I am against lockdowns, I do however feel that certain measures need to remain in place until we have an approved vaccine; social distancing being one of them.

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