Image of a notice 'When our max numbers are reached, it's one in one out', attached to a pole with blu tac at Woolworths supermarket, located in Blackburn South, 18 May 2020.
The notice has a handwritten reference of the maximum number of people allowed in the store, which is 15 people.
This photograph was taken during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic in Melbourne in 2020. It references the public health strategies that were in place to reduce the risk of infection with the virus for staff and customers. These strategies included social distancing as a key measure, perspex safety screens, cashless payment and hand hygiene.
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White information notice posted on a pole in a bottle shop.
Digital colour photograph.
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The notice captured in the image states: "BWS When our max numbers are reached, its One in one out. In line with Government advice, we are implementing further social distancing measures to make things safer for our team and customers. Each store now has a reduced maximum capacity of customers who can be inside the store at once. When maximum customer count is reached, a ONE IN - ONE OUT rule will apply... just like the old clubbin gdays. This maximum capacity in this store is: 15. Thank you for your co-operation."
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Photography, Shopping, Epidemics, Retail Sales, Public Health, Consumerism, Infectious Diseases, Personal Hygiene, Supermarkets, Public Education Campaigns, Pandemics, COVID-19 Pandemic, Social Distancing