Now the supermarket has announced that six major new changes will hit stores across the UK.
The Manchester Evening News reports that the changes were announced in an email sent to customers by CEO Dave Lewis.
Here are all the changes that buyers can expect to see next week.
One way aisles
As part of its ongoing measures, Tesco is introducing one-way aisles and a “one-to-one, one-outdoors” system in its stores.
CEO Dave Lewis said, “In addition to the measures we shared with you previously, we are introducing one-way aisles and a” one-in-one-out “system in stores.
“We have maintained longer hours to minimize potential queues. Ask your local store team for quiet hours. “
Tesco announced that, as its inventory levels began to return to normal, it was removing purchase limits for the majority of its products.
As of today, the limits will remain only on essential items such as toilet paper rolls, pasta and hand sanitizers.
This means that customers who planned to stock up on Easter eggs will be able to do so because the restrictions will no longer apply to them.
You can see that Tesco has also modified its checkouts in your local store, because the retailer has now installed protective screens on the front and rear of each checkout at the checkout, so that all the checkouts can be opened at place of all the others.
Tesco hopes this will prevent customers from queuing longer than necessary during this crisis.
Increase in contactless payments
The limit for contactless payments will start to drop from £ 30 to £ 45 per shop. Tesco begins to gradually update its cash registers.
You can also use the free Tesco Pay + app from Tesco Bank. The app has built-in bank security and allows you to pay up to £ 250 of purchases with a single contactless scan directly from your phone.
New delivery niches – and more on the way
In the past week, Tesco has received an initial list of 110,000 clinically vulnerable and isolated people from the government.
From this list, Tesco has identified 75,000 existing customers who will now have home delivery slots created for them.
Tesco also says he is working on the list and that his teams will receive more data from the government, he will put even more slots available.
Tesco advises customers to ask their local stores for the quietest hours to visit to avoid queues.
These hours will differ from store to store, but will tend to be around one hour before closing.