Shoppers face empty shelves in 48 hours if disastrous pingdemic rules aren’t scrapped, Boris Johnson warned
The Daily Mirror says: SUPERMARKETS last night warned Boris Johnson he has just 48 hours to fix the pingdemic or shoppers will face empty shelves.
Huge numbers of staff have had to self-isolate after being pinged by the NHS Covid app — hitting supplies.
The PM apologised but again refused to change the app’s system.
Iceland have said it has closed “a number of stores” with 1,000 workers – four per cent of its workforce – forced to self-isolate after being pinged.
BP has temporarily closed some petrol stations due to fuel supply problems, with M&S warning 20 per cent of its staff could be self-isolating by next month.
Speaking this morning, Iceland boss Richard Walker said he had hired 2,000 temporary workers to cover absences caused by the pingdemic
FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND SHARE WTX NEWS WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY:
Facebook – Please like our page
Twitter – Twitter updates available in English and Arabic. Please follow us and we would love to hear from you
Instagram – Follow our pages in English and ArabicLeave a comment