March 26, 2020 4.26 pm This story is over 21 months old

How Lincoln businesses are observing social distancing

Businesses are having to go the extra mile to abide by social distancing rules.

With the coronavirus pandemic forcing lockdown across the UK, businesses in Lincoln have been adopting their own ways of enforcing social distancing.

Rovers Return pet shop on Nettleham Road is adopting a one person at a time policy from the front door of the shop.

Rovers Return pet shop serving one at a time from the door. Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite

Notice outside Rovers Return, explaining COVID-19 measures. Photo: Steve Smailes

Carholme Chippy has enforced plenty of measures to ensure it can stay open.

It has utilised the sneeze shields that The Lincolnite reported on, to prevent the spread if germs between staff and customers. You can read the full story here.

Carholme fish and chip shop marking out customer standing areas. Photo by Steve Smailes

Carholme chippy also using sneeze shields for staff safety. Photo: Steve Smailes

Given the drama around supermarket stockpiling recently, it is no surprise to see queuing restrictions brought in.

Any milk here? Queues outside Sainsbury’s Local on Carholme Road. Photo: Steve Smailes

Orderly queuing inside Asda today, are they 2m apart?

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