Coronavirus: Dedicated supermarket opening hours for healthcare workers

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 Dedicated supermarket opening hours for NHS workers

Many supermarkets have adapted their opening hours to accommodate the surge in demand for essentials such as toilet roll, hand soap, pasta, and milk, with priority shopping hours for healthcare professionals.

Below you’ll find all the information we’ve been able to gather on these dedicated opening hours, to help plan your next trip to the supermarket. 

Supermarket

Dedicated shopping days

Dedicated shopping hours

Extra information

Aldi

Sunday

9:30am – 10am 

Along with priority ahead of queues every day. 

You will need relevant ID in order to enter the store. 

Asda

Monday
Wednesday
Friday

8am – 9am

 

Co-op

Saturday
Sunday

8am – 9am
10am – 11am

 

Iceland EverydayLast hourYou will need relevant ID in order to enter the store. 

Lidl

N.A

N.A

While there are no dedicated shopping times for key workers, Lidl has partnered with Royal Voluntary Service to donate fruit and vegetable bags to NHS workers.

Marks & Spencer

Tuesday
Friday

First hour

This does not apply to petrol and railway station shops.

Morrisons

Monday - Saturday
Sunday

7am – 8am
9am – 9:30am

Morrisons has also launched a click and collect food box service for NHS staff. After placing an order via a dedicated link, NHS staff will be able to collect a food box from an allocated collection point at their hospital car park.

Sainsbury’s

Monday - Saturday

7:30am – 8am

 

Tesco

Tuesday
Thursday
Sunday

Hour before checkouts open

 

Waitrose & Partners

N.A

N.A

For NHS staff, Waitrose is setting aside hard-to-find and essential products, and giving a priority checkout service to ensure NHS workers get through the store speedily.

 
 
 
 
 
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