Wider aisles, contactless payments and less congested entry points are just some of the changes that supermarkets are implementing in light of social distancing measures to stem the spread of Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE Wider aisles, contactless payments and less congested entry points are just some of the changes that supermarkets are implementing in light of social distancing measures to stem the spread of Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE
Wider aisles, contactless payments and less congested entry points are just some of the changes that supermarkets are implementing in light of social distancing measures to stem the spread of Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Supermarkets adopt wider aisles, contactless payment as Covid-19 pandemic forces rethink in store design

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Wider aisles, contactless payments and less congested entry points are just some of the changes that supermarkets are implementing in light of social distancing measures to stem the spread of Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE Wider aisles, contactless payments and less congested entry points are just some of the changes that supermarkets are implementing in light of social distancing measures to stem the spread of Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE
Wider aisles, contactless payments and less congested entry points are just some of the changes that supermarkets are implementing in light of social distancing measures to stem the spread of Covid-19. Photo: EPA-EFE
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