MORRISONS has reintroduced a number of measures after a rise in coronavirus cases across Scotland. 

The new rules came into place on Saturday to reassure staff and customers "that Morrison's is a safe place to work and shop". 

Indoor and outdoor queueing systems have been reintroduced. 

A front of store host will once again monitor customer numbers and manage outdoor queues. 

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Queueing arches will be reinstated to help customers move through the store quickly and safely after shopping. 

Staff inside the store will help direct customers to queueing zones before checkouts. 

Existing measures such as hand sanitiser stations, social distance markings and protective screens will remain unchanged. 

Yesterday, the daily figures revealed 350 people tested positive for coronavirus in the highest increase in four months.