Coronavirus: Supermarkets shut off parts of stores following government advice to limit access to ‘non-essentials’

Supermarkets – including Tesco and Sainsbury’s – are reportedly blocking off access to parts of their stores following advice from the UK government for the English lockdown.

It comes after controversy over similar sights in Wales when they went into a two-week national lockdown last month.

Following guidance published by the UK government on 5 November, shops in England that have “sufficiently distinct parts” were told they should close the areas selling non-essential items.

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