Nike Closing All Of Its Stores Because Of Coronavirus – List Of Retailers Who Are Shutting Down Or Changing Store Hours

Nike and other retailers such as Apple have closed their stores in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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The coronavirus pandemic is in the United States now and for the foreseeable future. The CDC and WHO are recommending that people practice social distancing, self-isolation, and to avoid public places. Some companies are taking the lead during the COVID-19 outbreak by closing their stores to prevent people from gathering, thus slowing the spread of the infectious disease and flattening the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Here is a list of stores that are temporarily closing because of the worldwide coronavirus outbreak:

Abercrombie & Fitch Co. – The clothing retailer will temporarily close all of its stores outside of the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region to help limit the spread of coronavirus.

Allbirds – Will close its stores in the U.S. and Europe through March 27.

American Dream – The second largest mall in the U.S. will be closed from March 16 through the end of the month. The megamall with a water park in New Jersey opened on October 25, 2019, after 17 years of development and delays.

Apple – The iPhone maker closed all of its stores outside of mainland China until March 27.

Everlane – The clothing company will close all of its stores until at least March 29.

Glossier – Cosmetics retailer is closing all stores and ceasing online operation until at least March 27.

King of Prussia Mall – The large mall in Pennsylvania will shut down indefinitely.

Nike – The biggest global sports footwear company is closing all of its stores in the U.S., Canada, Western Europe, Australia, and New Zealand, starting on March 16 until March 27.

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Patagonia – The lifestyle brand is closing all of its stores and operations until at least March 27.

Reformation – The company will close all brick-and-mortar stores indefinitely.

Supreme – The streetwear brand will close it’s New York City and London stores until further notice.

Urban Outfitters – The clothing giant is shutting down all of its stores worldwide until at least March 28.

Verizon – The wireless service provider will close some of its retail stores across the country.

Warby Parker – The eyeglass retailer is closing all retail locations until March 27.

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Retailers who are changing their operating hours to combat the spread of the coronavirus:

Aldi – Some of its grocery stores will be temporarily closed or have limited hours.

Fred Meyer – Stores will no longer be open overnight.

Giant Eagle – The grocery store chain will be open from 7 am to 10 pm.

Harris Teeter -The grocery store chain will close stores at 9 pm each night.

H-E-B – All of the grocery stores will be open from 8 am until 8 pm until further notice.

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Kroger – Starting March 16, store hours will be 7 am to 9 pm.

King Soopers – The food store is changing its operating hours from 7 am to 8 pm.

Lululemon – The athleticwear retailer is limiting store hours in North American to 12 pm – 6 pm.

Publix – All of their grocery stores will close at 8 pm.

QFC – Stores will no longer be open overnight.

Ralphs – New store hours are 8 am until 8 pm.

Stop & Shop – Starting March 16, stores will open at 7:30 am and close at 8 pm.

Tops – Stores will be open between 6 am to 11 pm.

Walmart – The world’s second-largest retailer will temporarily limit 24-hour stores so that stores can adequately clean and restock. The new store hours will be from 6 am to 11 pm.

Wegmans -The grocery store chain will be closed overnight for cleaning.

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