Slowly but surely, restaurants and stores are reopening in South Jersey.

Ross in Rio Grande reopened June 15th after being closed for months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The shopping experience, however, didn't look like it used to.

For one, customer volume control was in full effect with the line to get in the store wrapped around the building. Once inside the store, customers had to follow the arrows that now dictate the flow of traffic up and down the aisles.

Photos shared to Facebook show that people were exiting with bags and bags of goods since they weren't able to shop for a few months. Not surprising since stores have so much merchandise to get rid of, so there are some pretty awesome deals to take advantage of.

Get a glimpse into the "new normal" of South Jersey retail with these pictures:


c/o sherrinews via Facebook

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