Coles in Goulburn is set to introduce a dedicated shopping hour for emergency services and healthcare workers.
Workers can show their AHPRA card, workplace ID and will be or are wearing their work uniform to access the hour at the supermarket.
All Coles supermarkets will have these hours introduced on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7-8am.
Coles has already started a community hour for members of the community from Monday to Friday from 7-8am.
Meanwhile, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays will be for the elderly and those who need assistance.
They have to present government issued identification card including pensioner Concession Card, Companion Card, Commonwealth Seniors Health Card, Health Care Card, Seniors Card and Disability Card.
Stores will be open from 7am until 8pm every day.
Panic buying at supermarkets has led to high demands for products keeping staff busy.
Due to high demand, the supermarket is closing at 8pm so that staff members can clean our stores and replenish the shelves for the next day.
The Goulburn Coles store currently received up to five deliveries per day from four different distribution centres, including chilled products, fresh produce and dry groceries.
It has put a one pack limit per customer on toilet paper and two items limit per person on products like pasta, flour, dry rice, paper towels, paper tissues, hand sanitisers and mince meat, which includes beef, pork, lamb, chicken and turkey.
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