FROM June 15, "non-essential retail" such as fashion stores, betting shops and charity stores will be allowed to welcome customers, but which shops do you have to wait a bit longer to visit?

On Monday night, Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed that retailers, ordered to close on March 23, would be allowed to resume trading.

However, a range of businesses will not be able to open their doors again just yet, with hairdressers, beauty salons, and most of the hospitality sector forced to stay shut.

Current Government guidance confirms that hotels, caravan parks, campsites, cafes, and restaurants must remain closed until further notice.

Restaurants, pubs and cafes were all forced to shut their doors to customers as part of the lockdown, but remained able to serve takeaway food to customers in line with social distancing measures and deliver takeaways.

On May 10, Boris Johnson said that some of the hospitality industry could reopen from July 1, but ministers have stressed that all reopening dates could change if reductions in coronavirus infections fail to meet expectations.

Additionally, businesses will only be able to open after they have completed a risk assessment, in consultation with trade union representatives or workers, and are confident they are managing the risks.

Firms will be told to consider placing a poster in windows to show awareness of the guidance and commitment to safety measures, protective coverings on large items touched by the public such as beds or sofas, and frequently cleaning regularly touched surfaces like self-checkouts, coffee machines, and betting terminals.

Companies will also be asked to consider storing returned items for 72 hours before putting them back out on the shop floor.

From Monday, all outdoor markets and car showrooms will be allowed to reopen to shoppers, but as long as they are able to meet social distancing guidelines.

From June 15, all other 'non-essential retail,' which includes clothing and electrical stores will be able to reopen.

On March 23, the Government said that only retailers deemed "essential" - which included supermarkets and grocery stores, pharmacies, banks, hardware stores, petrol stations, vets and pet stores, food markets and bike shops - could remain open.

Days after the original announcement, it confirmed that off-licences and other licensed shops selling alcohol, including those in breweries, could stay open.

More recently, garden centres and estate agents were both given the go-ahead to reopen on May 13.