Asda recruits 1,000 new marshals to police stores for coronavirus rule breakers
To help shoppers and staff stay safe in store, Asda has said it's creating 1,000 new marshal roles.
Positioned at the entrances of shops and in the aisles of larger branches, their job will be to provide "an enhanced level of protection", the supermarket said.
Marshals will help customers with safety questions, as well as telling them to wear a face coverings and maintain social distancing while they shop.
People without masks will be offered disposable face coverings on the way in they can pay for with the rest of their shopping on the way out.
Marshals at store entrances will also provide sanitised baskets and trolleys to customers as they enter.