Tesco explains six rules you must follow if you want to shop with them

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Supermarkets across the country have updated their rules in the face of new lockdowns.

The coronavirus pandemic is spreading faster than ever before, with a warning that numbers of infections, hospitalisations and deaths will stay high for some time.

Lockdowns will be with us for at least another month – and could be much longer.

Now Tesco has set out the six rules shoppers must follow at all times – or face being turned away, reports BirminghamLive.

Jason Tarry, Tesco UK CEO, said: “Since the start of the pandemic, we’ve focused on ensuring everyone can get the food they need in a safe environment.

“Our safety measures are there to protect you and our colleagues, as we all follow the latest government guidance.

“Now that strict national lockdown measures are in place again, we wanted to share an update on some of the ways we’re supporting you to shop safely.”

Tesco is the country’s biggest retailer and has stores across Birmingham – from city centre Express and Metro outlets to larger branches further afield in places like Hodge Hill and Ladywood.

It’s a legal requirement to wear a face covering in stores

“To protect our colleagues and customers, we won’t let anyone into our stores who isn’t wearing a face covering, unless they’re exempt in line with government guidance. Please also make sure that you wear your face covering correctly – covering your mouth and your nose.”

Shop alone

“Please shop alone unless you’re a carer or with children. We also encourage you to shop only when you need to, in line with government guidance to stay at home.”

One-in, one-out

“We continue to limit the number of people in our stores and we have a ‘one-in, one-out’ system in place to ensure social distancing.”

Wait for the green light

“We have introduced a traffic light system at more than 1,300 of our store entrances. The system monitors numbers and will light up green when you can safely enter. If the light is red, then the limit has been reached and our colleagues will ask you to join a queue outside the store.”

Sanitise your hands, basket and trolley

“We have cleaning stations in our stores so that you can sanitise your trolley or basket, and you’ll find plenty of hand sanitiser around the store to use while you shop.”

Online shopping and deliveries

“If you’re shopping online, our colleagues will maintain a safe distance when they deliver your shopping, and they will regularly sanitise their hands and equipment. Please help us to free up online slots for those who need them most by shopping in-store if you’re able to do so safely.”



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