Supermarket Morrisons has confirmed staff will be based at the entrances of its stores to ensure safety measures are followed by customers.
The update follows the Prime Minister's announcement yesterday in which tougher restrictions were set out.
Taking to its Twitter account last night, Morrisons confirmed the steps it was taking to making sure all of its customers were able to shop at its stores safely.
In a tweet it said: "So you can shop safely, we’ve introduced thousands more colleagues.
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"We have store entrance greeters, checkout queues managed, colleagues wearing face coverings, or serving you behind protective screens, and we’re asking our customers to wear face coverings too. Thank you."
Inside Morrisons' stores there is a queuing system in place depending on the type of shop you have. Those with only a basket will be directed to a different checkout than those with a larger shop.
Back in March, Morrisons and many other stores placed staff members at its doors to control the number of customers allowed in at one time.
Yesterday, Boris Johnson confirmed shoppers caught not wearing a mask inside a store would face a £200 fine for a first offence - up from the original £100.
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Amidst the news, supermarkets were warning shoppers not to stockpile and panic buy, we visited the four big supermarkets and Aldi yesterday to see what stock levels and safety measures were really like.
During our visits we found stores still relatively quiet and there was no need to queue outside. You can read the piece here.