With things change almost daily it can be hard to keep tracking of what the latest rules, restrictions and timings are for your local supermarket.
Due to the coronavirus lockdown many supermarkets like Tesco and Asda which previously operated 24 hours store now have restricted timings.
Retailers are also giving priority to NHS staff, emergency service workers as well as elderly and vulnerable customers, meaning there are certain times other customers are being asked to avoid if possible.
Your typical visit to your local supermarket looks very different these day too, with social distancing measures in place across stores, including limits on how many customers are allowed to be inside supermarkets at one time.
To clear up all and any confusion we have listed the full opening times for supermarkets including Aldi, Morrisons and Sainsbury's below.
Asda stores are no longer open 24 hours while the coronavirus is ongoing. Instead stores are open 8am-8pm.
Its Sunday hours remain the same as usual during this time.
According to Asda's website, the reduced hours are to ensure staff can "clean and fully re-stock our shelves ready for our customers".
Large 24hr stores closed 10pm to 6am until further notice, though some with pharmacies will stay open beyond 10pm.
Morrisons stores will be open 8am-8pm Monday- Saturday. Sunday hours remain as usual.
All stores will be open 8am to 8pm Monday to Saturday and Sunday 10am to 4pm.
All stores open 8am to 8pm Monday to Saturday. Sunday hours remain unchanged.