Video report by ITV Wales Correspondent Hannah Thomas
Retailers are preparing to reopen their doors to customers tomorrow for the first time since December. It's one of the next steps in the easing of lockdown restrictions in Wales.
Shopkeepers in tourist towns like Llandeilo have been getting ready for business and will welcome people from across the UK from Monday.
"Obviously masks are going to be compulsory. And we've got social distancing in place. And we've got stickers on the floor."
Deb Ince, Chair of the Llandeilo Chamber of Trade said: "We're looking for ideas to get people to come into Llandeilo, because obviously we're a lovely little destination market town.
"We're all independents, so we've got lots of new and exciting things to encourage people to come back."
It's set to be a lengthy road to recovery, but retailers across Wales will be hoping that things may start to pick back up again on Monday.