Since the COVID-19 pandemic, wearing masks everywhere has been forced to help combat the spread of the virus, along with several grocery and retail stores implementing one-way aisles to help with social distancing guidelines.Well it looks like some things will start going back to normal as Publix announced some of their stores will no longer have the aisles set up one-way.On Sunday, Publix’s customer service account explained the change in several reply tweets.Yes, one-way aisles have been discontinued in Publix stores not currently under local ordinance requiring this measure. They were initially adopted to help our customers understand and practice social distancing and over time, we’ve adopted this into our routines. ■Matthew— PublixHelps (@PublixHelps) August 31, 2020 One-way aisles at Publix are discontinued in the grocery stores that are not under local ordinance requiring it.Publix said face coverings are still required.
Ghana coach Avram Grant says he has seen massive improvement in the team since taking charge of the team a year ago.Today – December 1 – marks exactly a year since Grant officially started work as head of the senior national team. The former Chelsea boss believes the Black Stars have been impressive in his first year in charge of the team.“We scored 20 goals in 10 officials games which I think is good. I don’t like to speak about the past but before I came we had conceded a lot of goals and it was a target for the players not to concede so many goals and I think we have improved on this very well,” he said when he met the press on Monday at the GFA Secretariat.“Football is balanced. If you score and the difference is not good then there is a problem so I think this is a big improvement in our game but I know we need to continue with this.“I am very proud of the players I have worked with so far because they have really improved.”The Israeli was appointed on November 27, 2014. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports