Shoppers will be unable to try on clothes as part of six rules that will be in place when non-essential shops reopen next month.
During last night's coronavirus briefing Boris Johnson gave more details on how current lockdown restrictions can be eased including giving the go-ahead for non-essential shops to reopen from June 15.
Outdoor markets and car showrooms will be able to reopen from June 1.
Similar to supermarkets, when shops do reopen there will be a number of major changes which will affect how customers browse and purchase items.
One of the biggest differences for customers will no doubt be the removal of changing rooms in shops as there will no longer be the option to try clothes on in a move which hopes to prevent further spread of coronavirus, reports MirrorOnline.
According to MirrorOnline, the new rules and measures will be clearly set out with posters, signs and visual aids on windows and doors before customers enter branches.
Other changes will include only one person per household being allowed in at one time, unless you are a parent with a young child.
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Shoppers will be asked to sanitise their hands upon entry - and customers will only be allowed to touch items they intend to buy.
Contactless payments will also be preferred where possible too.