The Salisbury-based basic food item chain Food Lion declared Friday evening that it will introduce plexiglass security monitors at client checkout territories as a social separating measure to shield store workers and clients from the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus.
The establishment of the defensive plexiglass has just started, as indicated by the news discharge, and will be finished inside the following week.
USA Today revealed not long ago that Walmart likewise plans to introduce plexiglass “wheeze monitors” at its stores throughout the following half a month.
Nourishment Lion likewise noted in its Friday news discharge that it is expelling hand containers and little shopping baskets from stores and requesting that customers utilize enormous trucks to expand good ways from different customers, taking note of that two truck lengths is roughly the 6-foot space suggested by the CDC.
Nourishment Lion, which has the biggest staple piece of the overall industry in the Triangle after Walmart, is likewise the most recent nearby chain to offer assigned shopping hours for seniors.
Those over the age of 60 and clients who are immunocompromised can shop 7-8 a.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays, beginning Monday, March 30. Nourishment Lion doesn’t show that it will close the store to different customers during that time, yet they “ask that everybody please regard these assigned shopping windows for their neighbors.”
Up until now, Food Lion is one of the main basic food item affixes not to make corporate-wide decreases in store hours because of coronavirus.