The government ordered the closure of non-essential stores, meaning more pressure on brands for online orders.
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Which high street brands still do online orders?
A number of big retailers have announced they're closing down all online operations as well as their stores during the coronavirus pandemic.
Here is a list of how the top retail brands are operating online:
Taking online orders: Marks and Spencer, John Lewis, House of Fraser, Argos, Matalan, Wilkinson.
Taking online orders: New Look, Levi's, Accessorize, Burton, Dorothy Perkins, Evans, Gap, Hawes and Curtis, H&M, Superdry, Topshop, TM Lewin, Charles Tyrwhitt, Uniqlo, Urban Outfitters, Wallis, Zara.
Closed: Next, River Island, TK Maxx, Primark.
Taking online orders: Foot Asylum, Clarks, Timberland, Ugg.
Closed: Russell and Bromley.
Taking online orders: B&Q, Homebase, Screwfix, Wickes.
Taking online orders: Boots, Superdrug, Holland and Barrett.
Taking online orders: Sports Direct, JD Sports, Decathlon, DW Sports.
Taking online orders: Currys, PC World, Game, HMV, Carphone Warehouse.
Taking online orders: Lego, Clintons, Cath Kidston, Disney, Ernest Jones, H Samuel, Waterstones, WH Smith, Perfume Shop, Fragrance Shop.
Are online retailers still operating?
Most online-only retailers are continuing their operations during the challenging climate.
Amazon are continuing to take orders and deliver products on their website, albeit with delays possible due to them changing their approach.
Fashion retailers like Boohoo and ASOS are also still delivering, as are Missguided and Pretty Little Thing.
Check the website of your preferred online retailer for more information.
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Which supermarkets still do online orders?
All major supermarkets are trying to fulfil the huge demand for grocery shopping at this time.
The Government is actively encouraging people to make use of home delivery services rather than go shopping for food if possible.
However, there are delays and difficulties in getting delivery slots with websites and retailers struggling to keep up with the demand.
Read our guide on supermarkets, their opening hours and delivery methods for more information.
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