Ontario is ready to enter step two of its reopening plan this week, which means indoor shopping malls will finally be able to welcome back guests.

Vaughan Mills, a popular shopping attraction in Toronto, has revealed to Narcity that it is planning on opening its doors on June 30 at 25% capacity.

However, if you're planning on shopping until you drop, things will look a little different from your regular trip.

Furnishing in common areas will be removed and play areas will be closed. On top of this, the number of people allowed in an elevator car has been reduced.

Other protective measures will include signs to regulate foot traffic, enhanced cleaning measures, and of course, a mandatory face mask rule.

Virtual line-ups will also be implemented across the mall.

"Our first priority remains the health and safety of our guests, tenants and their employees and we will continue to deploy all required means at our disposal to limit the spread of the virus," read a statement given to Narcity.