The UK could see huge changes to get High Street stores reopened after lockdown.
Proposals include prohibiting couples and group shopping and closing changing rooms in non-essential shops.
Clearly marked entry and exit points, safe distance floor markings, hand sanitiser stations look likely to put in place and in-store toilets could be closed.
The post-lockdown measures were revealed by the British Retail Consortium (BRC) put together with assistance from the Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers, using current government information.
No date for the reopening of ‘non-essential’ shops has been given.
Currently supermarkets, pharmacies, DIY stores and post offices are open.