New changes at QFC, Fred Meyer to improve social distancing

WASHINGTON STATE — QFC and Fred Meyer grocery stores rolled out new changes on Tuesday to help increase social distancing and keep shoppers apart.

Both stores, owned by Kroger, is now using infrared sensors called “QueVision technology” to keep track of how many people are in the store, making sure stores are at no more than 50 percent capacity.

Plus, at QFC stores across the Pacific Northwest, you’ll notice new stickers on the ground that say “one way isle.”

And if you're not walking the right way, stickers tell you to "stop."