Shoppers are “frustrated” as long queues return to supermarkets as fears of a second national lockdown mount.
Empty shelves and long queues can be seen at supermarkets in Yorkshire and other areas of the country as customers stock up on essentials such as toilet roll, medicine and cupboard fillers.
And, as the uncertainty over the coronavirus pandemic grows, Morrisons has brought back queues inside and outside of its stores due to the rising number of cases across the UK.
Yorkshire is no exception as frustrated shoppers have reported long queues waiting to get to the tills.
Annie Williams on Twitter said: ” @Morrisons (Selby) I can’t help but think it would be easier for people to #SocialDistance if the 3 out of 12 tills open for customers weren’t all next to each other & the queue for the till wasn’t 15 minutes long & blocking the aisles of the shop! #Covid19UK #SocialDistancing”
Queues for Morrisons in Doncaster and Catcliffe were also reported to be the “worst queues ever”.