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Sneeze guards, social distancing markers, and shopper limits: Here's what US grocery chains are doing to prevent the spread of coronavirus

Business Insider Logo By Mary Hanbury of Business Insider | Slide 1 of 9:  Several of the US' top grocers have recently rolled out new measures in stores to protect workers and customers as the coronavirus continues to spread.   These measures include sneeze screens and floor markings to map out the distance customers should be keeping from each other.  Some retailers are also restricting the number of people allowed in the store at any one time.    Visit  Business Insider's homepage for more stories.   Grocery and supermarket chains across the US are ramping up safety measures in stores as coronavirus continues to spread across the US infecting and killing more people.  Walmart, Kroger, and Target are among the industry players to have announced changes in their stores aimed at protecting the safety of both consumers and shoppers.  These new measures could be crucial in preventing the spread of infection as shoppers continue to flock to stores to stock up during the crisis.  Find out who is doing what below:

Grocery and supermarket chains across the US are ramping up safety measures in stores as coronavirus continues to spread across the US infecting and killing more people.

Walmart, Kroger, and Target are among the industry players to have announced changes in their stores aimed at protecting the safety of both consumers and shoppers.

These new measures could be crucial in preventing the spread of infection as shoppers continue to flock to stores to stock up during the crisis.

Find out who is doing what below:

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