Do People Really Follow Those Grocery Store Arrows?

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — While most supermarkets in the state still have one-way aisles, it seems like more and more customers are ignoring them.

Juan from Boston came to the grocery store on Saturday donning a home-made face shield made out of a two-liter coke bottle, a cloth mask, and an N-95 mask.

He said he sees the arrows on the floor of his local grocery store, but he doesn't see very many people following them.

"I don't think anybody is. I do, but most people don't," he said. "There's nothing I can do about it. This is America, people go where they want to go."

Angela from Holliston said her social distancing strategy is to shop in a quieter town.

"I specifically avoid certain grocery stores because of the chaos," Angel said. "This is my 'peaceful' grocery store."

WBZ NewsRadio's Matt Shearer reports:

Follow WBZ NewsRadio: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | iHeartmedia App

Written by Brit Smith

(Photo: Getty Images)

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content