Over the past few weeks, Greggs has slowly been reopening its branches to the nation.
In total, around 800 stores reopened in mid-June as the bakery chain has been re-easing back to business.
Now as part of its next phase of reopening, Greggs will be available to more customers nationwide.
It means bakery fans across the UK will be able to get their hands on much-loved bakes, sausage rolls and sweet treats.
However, shops will open for takeaway-only with all seating areas and customer toilets remaining closed for the time-being.
To keep customers and staff members safe, payments will be encouraged by card, contactless or Greggs Rewards.
As well as this, new operational and social distancing measures will be implemented across all shops.
And a temporary menu is going to be in place across all Greggs shops.
Customers can check whether their local shop is open by using the shop finder tool on the website.
A Greggs spokesperson said: “Following the successful reopening of 800 shops in mid-June, we have now moved to the next phase.
“As of today, the majority of our owned estate shops will have reopened nationwide offering a takeaway-only service.”
According to the chain’s website, only one adult per household will be allowed in the shop, children can join if needed.
Floor markings will be there to guide customers around the shop at a safe distance.
Colleagues will operate to the highest standards when it comes to hand washing and hygiene.
Each shop has also introduced 30-minute cleans for all equipment and key touch points.
All team members will have undergone social distancing training before returning back to work.
For more information on how the chain is now operating during the pandemic, you can visit the Greggs website.