Aldi will lift purchase restrictions on almost all of its products from the start of the week. 

Only three items will remain restricted: hand wash, shower gel and UHT milk. 

Customers will still only be able to purchase four products of hand wash and shower gel, and two products of UHT milk. 

It comes as trading levels stabilise following the initial turmoil caused by panic buying. 

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Aldi will also be offering sanitisation stations in all stores. 

Disinfectant wipes will be offered to shoppers so they can wipe down trolleys and baskets from this weekend. 

The retailer will maintain priority shopping hours for elderly and vulnerable customers. 

Exclusive access will be given to these customers 30 minutes before normal opening hours from Monday to Saturday. 

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Last week, the store started offering around the clock priority access to NHS, Police and Fire Service staff. 

Early opening on Sundays will continue to be reserved for NHS and emergency workers.

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