COVID-19 : NTUC FairPrice urges shoppers to wear face masks
SINGAPORE: NTUC FairPrice has urged its customers to wear face masks while shopping for groceries, said the supermarket operator on Thursday (Apr ...
AdvertisementIn addition, FairPrice said it will limit the number of customers in each store through additional crowd control measures. It will also deploy staff to remind customers to keep a safe distance from each other and to manage movements in and out of stores.
These latest precautionary measures add to existing ones which include the ceasing of food sampling, as well as more frequent cleaning of high-touch surfaces like railings, trolleys, baskets and checkout counters.READ: Supermarkets launch dedicated shopping hours for 'vulnerable segments' of community
On Tuesday, Singapore initiated a month-long"circuit breaker" to curb the spread of COVID-19.From Apr 7 to May 4, residents may only leave their homes for a prescribed list of reasons, one of which is to buy food and essentials.Allsocial gatherings of any size in both private and public spaces
are also banned, under a new law passed in Parliament on Tuesday. Read more: CNA »
Fairprice workers are overworked and its outlets understaffed by a slew of measures to maximise profits years ago. Go to sheng siong and you will know that is how many staff a supermarket should have. Also kudos to food delivery personnel to these places too who have no off now. Hope the Fairprice workers should put on masks n gloves too. 💪🙏
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