Tesco (TSCO.L) Safety Is Above All: Store Employees Should Continue To Wear A Mask

Today, the share price of Tesco was 229.65. If you look at the dynamics of share price indicators, the indicators have been high since the beginning of the year. At the beginning of February, the shares were worth 312.56. The following month, the shares fell by 224.80. From April to June, the shares were held at the price of 231-234. Tesco will encourage shoppers and store workers to continue wearing masks in their supermarkets from July 19. Tesco said it would also leave a variety of anti-virus measures, such as distancing measures, in its stores. Last week, the supermarket launched an internal review of its mask-wearing policy ahead of the latest easing of restrictions.

The company said that it will maintain restrictions on the capacity of stores, protective screens at the cash registers, hand disinfection stations, and regular cleaning after conversations with customers and colleagues. Waitrose employees and customers and John Lewis were also advised to continue wearing masks but were told that it would ultimately depend on individual opinion.

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