Went to Sainsbury's this morning it was horrendous a lot of the shelves were empty no self distancing lots of people not wearing face covering including some staff.
The Covid rules changed on July 19, and people are asking do I need to wear a face mask in the supermarket? They're no longer needed by law, and here's what the major stores say
I was in Sainsbury's a couple of days ago and I only saw one person without a mask who had an exception badge around their neck and all the shelves were full except the odd one that was being restocked at the time by staff.
Also their was a staff member on the entrance counting people in and out.
SCAMDEMIC, all Doris is doing is keeping the scaremongering going until the seasonal flu starts to kick in and then he will have us all in lockdown again and renew his emergency authorisation protocols for another 6 months. Just another win win for our stasi government.
Its nice to see Doris is still able to attend Wimbledon for the tennis and Wembley for the footie, go on summer vacation and side step Freedumb day with a little self isolation at his sprawling country estate paid for by the tax payer.
The only time our Sainsbury's is anywhere near fully stocked is first thing in the morning. Any other time and it's desolate! Especially fruit and veg. Not the staffs fault, it's supply chain issues caused by Covid and Brexit.
Governments shut down the economy, not Covid. Brexit has nothing to do with it at all.
Brexit has nothing to do with the massive lack of lorry drivers in the UK? Nothing to do with the massive lack of hardworking people to pick and pack fresh food from our fields? Right-oh Paul, you're in cloud cuckoo land.