Brits have been queueing to get into DIY stores after branches opened.
B&Q has opened 288 of it’s stores after being shut to the public since the beginning of lockdown.
The store at Greenwich, London, saw hundreds of people flock to shop for supplies.
Homebase also followed suit and opened 164 of it’s nationwide branches.
Other businesses such as Costa Coffee, Burger King, KFC and Nandos have opened some branches, with strict social distancing measures in place.
Despite numbers of people queueing at stores all over the country, a poll carried out by YouGov shows that just one in four Brits would feel safe at work and more than half are opposed to schools reopening.
Opinium published the data from a poll between Wednesday and Friday last week. It found 17 per cent of Brits believed conditions had been met to consider reopening schools on May 8, with 67 per cent believing the opposite.
And only 11 per cent think restaurants should reopen and 9 per cent believe pubs can start trading again.
The Sunday Times carried out a poll and it found 48 per cent of Brits opposed the reopening of schools in the next few weeks, compared to 28 per cent who did not.
And 59 per cent of people polled by the Sunday Express said they would not feel comfortable going out and do not plan to resume a normal life next month.
56 per cent of those surveyed approved of how the Government had handled the crisis.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to reveal his roadmap of proposals to slowly lift the restriction in place since late March, only if the figures continue to decline.