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37 Retailers With Store Closures or Reduced Hours Due to the Coronavirus

In an effort to help keep customers and workers safe, these retailers have opted to either shut their doors or scale back operations.

In response to supply-chain breakdowns and in an effort to help stop the spread of the coronavirus among staff and customers, stores are opting to either temporarily close their doors (and even cease online operations as well), drastically scale back their hours of operation or designate specific times when only high-risk consumers (such as seniors) can shop in-store.

We've compiled a list of popular brick-and-mortar U.S. retailers that are scaling back or shutting down operations. Most of their e-commerce sites and mobile apps are still up and running. Take a look.

Adidas: Stores are closed until further notice.

American Eagle Outfitters: All store locations are closed until further notice.

Apple: All retail stores are closed until further notice.

Bed, Bath & Beyond: All store locations will be closed through at least April 3.

Best Buy: All in-store shopping and service experiences are closed until further notice. Online shopping and curbside pick-up is available. Check with your local store location for details.

Cole Haan: All U.S. store locations are closed until further notice.

Columbia Sportswear: Store locations are closed through at least April 10.

Costco: Effective March 30, all U.S. warehouse club locations will close at 6:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Gas stations will close at 7 p.m. Weekend hours will not change.

Crate & Barrel: All retail store locations are closed until further notice.

Dick's Sporting Goods: Stores are closed through at least April 2. Curbside contactless pickup for orders placed through the Dick's app is available at select locations. Contact your local store to see if it's an option.

Dollar General: The first hour of each shopping day will be designated exclusively for senior shoppers. Also, store locations will be amending their operating hours effective March 17. This includes closing one hour earlier to allow employees to clean and re-stock shelves. Check with your local store location for specific details.

Dollar Tree: Stores will remain open, but online ordering has been suspended until further notice.

Foot Locker: Stores are closed through at least March 31.

H&M: All store locations are closed through at least April 2.

IKEA: All store locations and the IKEA Planning Studio in New York City are closed until further notice.

JCPenney: Stores will be closed through at least April 2.

J. Crew: J.Crew and J.Crew Factory stores are closed until further notice.

Kohl's: All store locations are closed through at least April 1.

Land's End: Stores are closed until further notice.

L.L. Bean: All U.S. store locations are closed until further notice.

Lord & Taylor: Stores are closed until further notice.

Lululemon: Stores are closed through at least April 5.

Macy's: All Macy's, Bloomingdale's, bluemercury, Macy's Backstage, Bloomingdale's the Outlet and Market by Macy's store locations are closed through at least March 31.

Madewell: Stores are closed until further notice.

Neiman Marcus: All Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman and Last Call stores are closed through at least March 31.

New Balance: Stores are closed through at least March 27.

Nike: Retail locations are closed until further notice.

Nordstrom: All stores are closed through at least April 5.

Patagonia: All brick-and-mortar and e-commerce operations are closed until further notice.

Ralph Lauren: Stores are closed until further notice.

REI: All store locations are closed until further notice.

Target: All stores will close at 9 p.m. to allow for additional cleaning and restocking. Every Wednesday, the first hour of normal store hours is available exclusively for vulnerable customers, including senior shoppers or those with underlying health concerns.

TJ Maxx: Stores will be closed through at least April 2.

Urban Outfitters: Stores are closed until further notice.

Walmart: Stores will be open from 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. local time. Every Tuesday starting at 6 a.m. will be designated as "senior shopping hour." All customers 60 and over will be able to shop in-store, as well as at the pharmacy and vision center ahead of normal store hours.

Williams Sonoma: All store locations are closed through at least April 2.

Zara: Stores are closed until further notice.

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