England are now locked in the third week, with Brits urged to stay inside in addition to taking important things and exercising.
Most of the supermarket have imposed social distance measures, a new study shows that they may not be enough to stop the spread of the virus.
Researchers from Aalto University revealed that one cough can spread coronavirus in all supermarkets.
In the study, researchers looked at how tiny respiratory particles are transported in the air after coughing, sneezing, and even talking.
The team modeled a scenario where someone coughed in a supermarket aisle, and amazingly, found that the particles spread around the supermarket quickly.
Professor Ville Vuorinen, a research writer, said: “A person infected with the corona virus, can cough and walk away, but then leaves very small aerosol particles that carry the coronavirus virus. These particles can then end up in someone else’s respiratory tract in around it. “
Based on the findings, the researchers urged people to stay at home if you feel unwell at all.
Jussi Sane, Chief Specialist at the Finnish Institute of Health and Welfare, said: “Stay home if you are unwell and maintain a physical distance from everyone.
“Instructions also include coughing on sleeves or tissues and keeping hands clean.
“Based on the modeling of the consortium, it is not yet possible to immediately issue new recommendations.
“However, these results are an important part of the whole, and they must be compared with data from real life epidemic studies.”