Shoppers have been warned that they will need to "exercise restraint" when more shops reopen next month.
This comes as the Prime Minister announced on Sunday night (May 25) that all shops will be allowed to reopen again from the middle of next month.
Boris Johnson set out his plans to reopen businesses including department stores and independent shops from June 15 as he leads the country into 'step two' of his plan to ease lockdown.
Outdoor markets and car showrooms will also be allowed to reopen from next Monday, June 1, provided they can do so safely amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
But shoppers will have to get used to a new way of shopping, Michael Gove has warned, as trying on clothes and testing goods before purchase is off the cards.
When speaking about plans to reopen non-essential shops in June, the Minister for the Cabinet Office told BBC Breakfast: "It's also the case that we need to ensure that some of the shopping habits people may have grown used to in the pre-Covid days are habits that we exercise a degree of restraint on.
"So when it comes to touching and testing goods, when it comes to trying on clothing, when it comes to trying make-up and so on, that all of us exercise restraint in not doing that and recognising that as these stores reopen, it is a new normal, but it will allow us to ensure there are a wider range of goods and will also ensure the economy can return to a new normal, that is absolutely vital for people's jobs."
During the government's daily press briefing on Sunday evening, Mr Johnson said businesses will have to meet Covid-19 secure guidelines to protect shoppers and workers to be allowed to reopen.
He said that new guidance was being published for the retail sector "detailing the measures they should take to meet the necessary social distancing and hygiene standards".
But hairdressers, beauty salons, pubs and restaurants will all remain closed for at least another month with step three not expected until July 4 at the earliest.