That's what I did, first trip out for 14 days and decided on Asda which is in the other direction to Morrisons where I went last time.
I keep reading of all the hassles other people have had while shopping so wasn't looking forward to it.
Bit of a queue to get in, one out, one in system operating and one way arrows round the shop, but it was easy to go round an aisle again if you missed something - that was fine, didn't feel pressured to rush, plenty of room, everyone keeping their distance and the shelves were pretty well stocked. The only bit completely empty were the flour shelves.
But look what I got!
To get out took a while with a zig-zag detour marked with arrows all around the clothes bit (nothing I fancied buying) making a long queue with one person at a time at each checkout. Me and other ladies in the queue all laughed and rolled our eyes when a man pushing a trolley tried to go the wrong way!
I didn't see anyone coughing or getting cross or impatient........ We are very civilised in Suffolk!
At home I did the same as a fortnight ago - putting all the store cupboard stuff that wasn't needed straight away into one bag and quarantined them out of the kitchen for a few days. Everything else was wiped before putting into fridge and fruit bowl, with lots of hand washing in between.It worked last time so hopefully I've done enough to avoid catching anything again this time.
All a bit of a palaver but with such quiet days there's really no rush.