Tesco and Asda share latest update on buying non-essential items during lockdown

SUPERMARKETS including Tesco and Asda stores will remain open during the coronavirus lockdown. The retailers have shared advice on buying non-essential items.

PUBLISHED: 09:03, Thu, Jan 7, 2021 | UPDATED: 09:03, Thu, Jan 7, 2021

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Asda outline their latest safety measures during the pandemic

With lockdown measures being enforced across the UK, supermarkets are one of the few places Britons are still allowed to go. Tesco and Asda have shared shopping advice for customers.

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A full lockdown has been imposed in most parts of the UK this week.

Britons have been urged to stay home as much as possible with only a few exceptions.

Only stores selling essential items, such as in supermarkets, are allowed to stay open.

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One of the reasons people can leave their homes is to go to the supermarket.

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Shoppers are encouraged to visit their local branch as little as possible.

The rules explained customers should only go to the supermarket for essential groceries.

During lockdowns imposed last year, this led to some stores cornering off aisles which sold non-essential

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