On Fri, 25 Sep 2020 09:37:49 +0100, Vicky Ayech <***@gmail.com>
scrawled in the dust...
Post by Vicky Ayech
Up to now many customers and most staff had no masks and although
aisles were one-way people had to go down other ways to get to what
they needed. Many chatting groups got inthe way. But I go very early
if I go so it was not too busy.This sounds stricter.
We don't have an ASDA (and I haven't followed the link).
One of the problems I've had in the stores I have been in is the one-way
systems. Morrisons doesn't have one and it was there I witnessed two staff
members, masks pulled down onto their chins to talk to each other. I also
saw a customer pull his mask down in order to scratch the inside of his
nose before picking something off the shelf with the same hand.
Those that do have one-way systems have problems - Pound Stretcher, a huge
store, getting to the things you want to look at without walking up and
down the whole store can be tricky.
Lidl, the customers largely ignore the signs on the floor and there is not
enough room between aisles and tills to get to the ends of the aisles
nearest the checkouts when there are customers queueing - there are seldom
more than 2 tills open when I go and even at quiet times that isn't always
I think the worst thing is allowing family groups in. This wasn't allowed a
few months back but now I meet groups of three or four people together,
either blocking the whole aisle or all going in different directions and
returning to the trolley - chaos :(
Annoyed by The Archers since 1959