Neighbourhood shops are adapting to new social distancing rules by starting deliveries and introducing queuing policies.
Everyone in the UK is now being told to stay at least two metres away from other people outside their household – a rule which has frequently been broken in supermarket queues.
Bhavin Patel from Guyatri News in Southover Street, pictured, has one of several who have introduced a one in one out rule, and he has set up plastic cones on the street outside to show people where to queue safely.
Some shops have placed staff on the door to make sure there’s not too many people in the store at the same time.
Some cafes are remaining open but not allowing anyone through the door to sit down. Flour Pot Bakeries around Brighton and Hove are open, but only offering takeaways, while asking customers to queue responsibly.
Meanwhile, many food shops have started deliveries.