Jan 11, 2021
Coronavirus: Morrisons to ban shoppers who refuse to wear face masks
Morrisons will bar customers who refuse to wear face coverings from its shops amid rising coronavirus infections. From Monday, shoppers who refuse to wear face masks offered by staff will not be allowed inside, unless they are medically exempt. Earlier on Monday, Mr Zahawi stopped short of saying that supermarket staff should be responsible for enforcing rules on face masks. A spokeswoman said the supermarket has "Greeters" outside of its supermarkets to enforce limits on the number of customers in-store, as well as reminding customers of social distancing and face mask rules over in-store announcements and on posters. The union's general secretary, Paddy Lillis, said that it had received reports that "Too many customers are not following necessary safety measures like social distancing, wearing a face covering and only shopping for essential items".
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