Supermarkets and retailers across Australia are adjusting their opening hours as the federal government bans all non-essential indoor gatherings of more than 100 people. Already toilet rolls, tinned goods, pasta and hand sanitiser were proving hard to come by as panic-buyers prepare for the weeks ahead. In Newcastle huge queues formed for Woolworths’ first senior shopping hour. Aldi, Woolworths and Coles today sent a joint message to customers asking for consideration for their staff. The message said: “We ask that you treat these dedicated people with the courtesy and respect they deserve. No one working or shopping in any of our stores should experience abusive or aggressive behaviour. “Thank you for your patience and support as we rise to the challenge of these extraordinary times together.” The situation is constantly changing, but all three large supermarkets are putting limits on products like toilet rolls, dried pasta and antibacterial products like wipes and sprays. Aldi has reduced it’s opening our times to allow staff to restock shelves and stores like Apple have closed altogether. A full list of shop openings and restricted items is belo...