Aldi enforce strict new rules – including no mask no entry
As coronavirus continues to spread, and restrictions are tightened throughout the country, most Brits have been asked to stay at home as much as possible.
Visiting supermarkets for essential trips is permitted, but many have now tightened the rules in a bid to keep everyone safe.
Aldi has implemented strict new rules, and updated customers on Twitter: “Due to the latest government guidance, we’re making some changes in store.
“Please remember these are in place to keep our colleagues and customers as safe as possible while you shop.
“Thank you for understanding. We look forward to seeing you soon.”
Here are the new rules every shopper must now follow if they visit Aldi.
No face covering no entry
Unless you have a medical exemption, you must wear a face mask when visiting Aldi stores.
If you don’t wear a face mask, you won’t be allowed to enter the store.
As announced on Aldi’s website: “No face mask, no entry.
“Those who refuse to wear a face covering, without medical exemption, will not be allowed in store. We thank you for your cooperation.”
Follow the traffic light system
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Aldi has implemented a traffic light system to minimise the number of people in-store at any one time.
This will also ensure social distancing guidelines can be followed easily.
Aldi announced the change on its website, stating: “Right now, we are all looking out for each other, and your safety continues to be our number one priority.
“That’s why most Aldi stores have a traffic light system to ensure that social distancing guidelines can be followed easily and safely.”
One shopper one trolley
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Aldi is now asking customers to only send one adult per household, where possible.
They also ask customers to only take one trolley per person.
On the website, it says: “To minimise the number of people in store at any one time, we ask that you shop alone where possible.”
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