Home Bargains introduced new rules for buyers during the coronavirus block.
The chain of discount stores, which sells everything from furniture to food, remained open during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The chain currently maintains a limit for customers, with buyers advised to wait outside once the limit is reached.
Adhering to the limit, it means that each customer can maintain a distance of two meters from each other, in line with government guidelines on social distance.
And now, in the seventh week of the government blockade, Home Bargains has advised its customers to shop on their own.
The signs at the entrance to the shops indicate that only one family member per family is allowed inside, similar to the rules in effect in Sainsbury stores.
There are many Home Bargains stores in Scotland, with branches in Cumbernauld, Falkirk, Stirling, Perth, Tillicoultry, Airdrie, Kilsyth, Milngavie, Bishopbriggs, Dunfermline, Fort William, Clydebank, Greenock and a number in Glasgow.