PLAINVIEW, NY - APRIL 03: Taped blue lines on the floor of the ShopRite supermarket assist shoppers to practice good social distancing on April 03, 2020 in Plainview, New York. Currently, over 92,000 people in New York state have tested positive for COVID-19. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Uh-oh.  Someone better tell Marty the robot.   That dude is all the over the place.

As of now, all of Stop & Shop’s Massachusetts stores aisles are one-way.  According to a article, the stores started the policy in Connecticut last week in an effort to create more social distancing for shoppers during the coronavirus crisis.

Look for “One-Way” traffic signs and taped arrows on the floor to help direct the flow.

See the full story and details below.

Stop & Shop is implementing one-way aisles at all stores

The latest grocery store initiative to limit the spread of the coronavirus: One-way lanes. Jen Brogan, a Stop & Shop spokeswoman, says the Quincy-based supermarket chain instituted one-directional aisles Tuesday at all stores - including its 132 locations in Massachusetts - in the hopes of increasing physical distance between customers in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak.