Line forms as Kelowna’s Superstore only lets in 500 at a time due to COVID-19

A line of over 100 people gathered outside Kelowna’s Real Canadian Superstore on March 20, 2020. (Michael Rodriguez - Capital News)
Shoppers report long wait times as the store lets only 500 people in at a time. (Michael Rodriguez - Capital News)
Security stood at the doors letting people in as other patrons left the store. (Michael Rodriguez - Capital News)
(Michael Rodriguez - Capital News)

Kelowna’s Real Canadian Superstore is limiting the amount shoppers it lets in due to the COVID-19 pandemic, prompting lengthy lines and wait times to get into the store.

A customer service worker said the store is only letting in 500 at a time.

A line of over 100 people is standing outside, waiting to get in and buy groceries.

Shoppers reported long waits outside the store.

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