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BBB, TJX join growing list of COVID-19 store closures
New York – More retail stores are going dark, at least temporarily, to help reduce the spread of coronavirus.
This afternoon, Bed Bath & Beyond announced it will close all non-essential stores across its banners, which will impact more than 50% of its doors in the U.S. and Canada. Subject to state and location regulations, the company will continue to operate stores that sell health care, personal care, infant care, cleaning supplies, or food and beverages.
Around 800 locations will close tomorrow and remain closed until April 3.
TJX Cos. also announced today that it will close all stores as well as its online businesses for two weeks. The closures include nameplates in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia as well as distribution and fulfillment centers and offices.
Burlington Stores today announced it will close 100 stores immediately and monitor other stores for possible closure.
JCPenney stores and distribution centers ceased operation today and are tentatively scheduled to reopen April 2.
Here is a list of some retailers' store operations plans amid COVID-19:
At Home: Closing all locations from March 22-28 and suspending new stores openings. Will offer curbside pick-up.
Bed Bath & Beyond: Closing approximately 800 locations from March 20 through April 3. Another 700 stores selling healthcare, cleaning, food and beverage essentials will remain open where permitted by state and local governments.
Belk: All stores temporarily closed through March 30
Big Lots: Regular store hours
Boscov's: Temporarily closed all stores, distribution centers and offices.
Burlington Stores: Closed 100 stores effective March 19 and reduced hours at others.
Calico Design Stores: Closed March 20. No reopen date set at press time.
Costco: Regular store hours; will modify operations as necessary.
Crate & Barrel: All stores in the U.S. and Canada temporarily closed for two weeks, including Crate and Barrel, CB2 and Hudson Grace
Dillard's: Reduced store hours to 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday to Saturday (Sunday hours remain unchanged at noon to 6 p.m.)
Dollar General: Regular store hours, with some units closing one hour earlier daily; dedicating first hour of each shopping day to senior-aged customers only
Home Depot: Store hours reduced to early closing, at 6 p.m. daily
Hudson's Bay: All stores temporarily closed for two weeks
Ikea U.S.: All stores and Manhattan Planning Studio temporarily closed until further notice
JCPenney: Closing stores and business offices on March 19 in the evening, with plans to reopen April 2.
Kohl's Corp.: All stores temporarily closed until further notice
Lowe's: Regular store hours
Macy's Inc.: All stores temporarily closed through March 31, including Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, Bluemercury, Macy's Backstage, Bloomingdales the Outlet and Market by Macy’s locations
Nordstrom: UPDATED: All stores temporarily closed until April 5.
Ollie's Bargain Outlet: Adjusted store hours to close at 8 p.m. beginning March 20. Set aside special hours each day during which stores will be open only to senior citizens.
RH (Restoration Hardware): All Galleries, restaurants and outlets temporarily closed through March 27
Saks Fifth Avenue: All stores in the U.S. and Canada temporarily closed for two weeks, including Saks Fifth Avenue and Saks Off Fifth
Stein Mart: All stores temporarily closed, and tentatively scheduled to reopen April 1
Stage Stores: UPDATED. All stores temporarily closed as of March 28.
Target: Store hours reduced to early closing, at 9 p.m. daily
TJX Companies: Reduced store hours to 11 a.m.-8 p.m. daily, including T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods, Homesense and Sierra in the U.S., and Winners, Marshalls and HomeSense in Canada
Tuesday Morning: UPDATED: Closed approximately 400 stores in compliance with state and local regulations. On March 25, temporarily closed all remaining units (687 total) around the country.
Urban Outfitters, Inc.: All stores temporarily closed through March 28, including Anthropologie, BHLDN, Free People, Terrain, Urban Outfitters and Nuuly and its Food and Beverage division
Walmart: Reduced store hours to 6 a.m.-11 p.m. daily
Williams-Sonoma, Inc.: All stores in the U.S. and Canada temporarily closed through April 2, including Williams Sonoma, Williams Sonoma Home, Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids, Pottery Barn Teen, West Elm, Rejuvenation, and Mark and Graham
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