Major supermarkets no longer allowed to sell non-essential items in some parts of the UK
A masked woman during a pandemic is shopping at Supermarkets.
Supermarkets such as Asda, Tesco, Aldi, Morrisons, Lidl and Sainsbury’s, can not sell products that are deemed not essential. This is between October 23 and November 9.
During Thursday’s Senedd committee session, the First Minister explained: “In the first set of restrictions, people were reasonably understanding of the fact that supermarkets didn’t close all the things that they may have needed to”.
Furthermore, the ban of no essential products could create panic and start another wave where people mass buy products. This will lead to chaos in supermarkets.
Responding to the news, and Asda spokesman said. The Welsh Government’s fire-break regulations mean that we can only sell products they deem to be essential.
A spokesperson for Tesco said: “Our colleagues across Wales will be working incredibly hard today so we can comply with the Welsh Government’s ban on selling ‘non-essential’ goods to our customers from 6 pm this evening.”
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