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.

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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.

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Andrea Browne Taylor
Contributing Editor

Browne Taylor joined Kiplinger in 2011 and was a channel editor for Kiplinger.com covering living and family finance topics. She previously worked at the Washington Post as a Web producer in the Style section and prior to that covered the Jobs, Cars and Real Estate sections. She earned a BA in journalism from Howard University in Washington, D.C. She is Director of Member Services, at the National Association of Home Builders.