It’s also had strict cleaning measures in place to wipe down trolleys as customers come and go, as well as limiting the number of hand sanitisers and soaps that shoppers can buy to prevent stocks running out.
The brand has also posted on its Instagram and Twitter pages to keep customers updated throughout the pandemic.
Changing its name to (Stay at Home) Bargains on Twitter, the chain recently posted news for NHS key workers.
To thank the frontline heroes, the chain said NHS workers would be given priority whenever queues form outside stores in order to keep to the social distancing rules – all they have to do is show their NHS ID.
Published at Tue, 05 May 2020 15:38:00 +0000