COVID-19 store hours Part II

Expanding on what I posted this weekend regarding adjusted store hours from COVID-19.

Here’s the longlist from USA Today:

Store’s offering elderly shopping hours

Big LotsStores are reserving first hour of each day for senior citizens and “those most vulnerable to this virus”. Stories vary by store but typically from 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

BI-LO: All Southeastern Grocers stores, including BI-LO, Fresco y Más, Harveys Supermarket and Winn-Dixie, are dedicating an hour for seniors and high-risk customers to shop from 8 to 9 a.m. Monday through Friday.

BJ’s Wholesale ClubStarting March 22, all locations will open one hour early every day for members who are age 60 or older. This opening hour will be from 8 to 9 a.m. daily and there will be a designated entrance.

Dollar GeneralThe stores are reserving the first hour of each day for senior citizens. That time is typically 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. Check your local store hours to confirm.

Fresh MarketThe grocer, is reserving the first hour stores open, from 8 to 9 a.m., for “seniors and those most at risk” Monday through Friday.

PublixStarting March 24 and until further notice, Publix is designating Tuesday and Wednesday mornings from 7 to 8 a.m. for seniors 65 and over, the company said Thursday. Pharmacies also will open at 7 a.m. “Tuesdays and Wednesdays to serve our senior population,” the Florida-based retailer said.

SafewayFrom 7 to 9 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday

Target: Starting March 18, the retailer will “reserve the first hour of shopping each Wednesday at stores nationwide for vulnerable guests,”

Trader Joe’sStarting March 23, the first hour of daily shopping will be reserved for senior customers, from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Walgreens: The drugstore chain has designated Tuesdays as “Seniors Day.” The company’s locations will be reserved for seniors, their caregivers and their immediate families from 8-9 a.m. Tuesdays. Seniors will also be eligible for discounts on Tuesdays, including 30% off regularly priced Walgreens-brand items and 20% off regularly priced national brands.

WalmartFrom March 24 through April 28, Walmart stores will host an hour-long senior shopping event every Tuesday for customers 60 and older, which will start one hour before stores open.

Whole Foods Market: Starting March 18, all Whole Foods Market stores in the U.S. and Canada will let customers who are 60 and older shop one hour before opening to the public.

Winn-Dixie: All Southeastern Grocers stores, including BI-LO, Fresco y Más, Harveys Supermarket and Winn-Dixie, are dedicating an hour for seniors and high-risk customers to shop from 8 to 9 a.m. Monday through Friday.

Grocery stores with Reduced hours

Aldi: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily, but the company notes some stores may have limited hours to accommodate restocking and cleaning.

AlbertsonsStores are opening one hour later and closing one hour earlier to give staff time to restock shelves with food and other essential items, the company confirmed to The Arizona Republic, part of the USA TODAY Network.

BI-LOStores will close nightly at 8 p.m. Also from 8 to 9 a.m. Monday through Friday, stores have set aside an hour for seniors and high-risk customers. The company said in a statement it “asks all customers to respect this time given to the elderly and other high-risk community members to allow them the comfort of purchasing necessary products in a safe environment.”

Dollar GeneralAll stores dedicated first hour to senior shoppers; closing hour earlier than normal hours.

Fresh MarketThe grocer, which has 159 stores in 22 states, is reserving the first hour stores open, from 8 to 9 a.m. for “seniors and those most at risk” Monday through Friday.

PublixAll stores will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and pharmacy hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and regular hours Sunday. Starting March 24 and until further notice, Publix is designating Tuesday and Wednesday mornings from 7 to 8 a.m. for seniors 65 and over, the company said Thursday. Pharmacies also will open at 7 a.m. “Tuesdays and Wednesdays to serve our senior population,” the Florida-based retailer said.

Sprouts Farmers Market: Effective March 24, stores will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

Target: Stores will close no later than 9 p.m. local time starting March 18.

Trader Joe’s: All stores will be open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. until further notice, the company posted on its website.

WalmartStarting March 18, stores will be openfrom 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. local time though stores that open later than 7 a.m. will continue their regular starting hours, Walmart said.

Winn-Dixie: Stores will close nightly at 8 p.m. Also from 8 to 9 a.m. Monday through Friday, stores have set aside an hour for seniors and high-risk customers. The company said in a statement it “asks all customers to respect this time given to the elderly and other high-risk community members to allow them the comfort of purchasing necessary products in a safe environment.”

Whole Foods MarketStores will close up to two hours early, the company said in an update, which notes “stores will remain open for pickup (in stores that offer it), and we will continue to fulfill Prime delivery orders in an effort to meet unprecedented demand and ensure that people who need to remain at home can still get their groceries in a timely manner.” Also stores will let customers who are 60 and older shop one hour before opening to the public.

Other stores with reduced hours

Bed Bath & BeyondThe retailer is temporarily closing 800 stores without health and beauty departments through April 3, but plans to keep approximately 700 “essential” stores open with reduced hours. The stores staying open are “essential” because they “sell health care, personal care, infant care, cleaning supplies, or food and beverages.”

Big Lots: Stores are reserving first hour of each day for senior citizens and “those most vulnerable to this virus,” CEO Bruce Thorn said in an email to shoppers.

CVS: Regular hours.

Dollar GeneralAll stores dedicated first hour to senior shoppers; closing hour earlier than normal hours.

Home Depot: Stores are now closing daily at 6 p.m. Opening hours have not changed.

Lowe’sThe home improvement store announced in a news release Friday that starting March 23, it was temporarily reducing hours and closing its nearly 2,000 stores at 8:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday and at 7 p.m. on Sunday.

Michael’sCheck for hours at www.michaels.com/store-locator.

Office Depot: Stores remain open.

Ross: Some stores have closed and others have reduced hours. Search for your location at www.rossstores.com/store-locator.

StaplesStarting Thursday, weekday hours will be reduced from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

WalgreensStarting Thursday, most Walgreens locations, including 24-hour stores, will now be open from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. until further notice, the company said in a news release. For stores with shorter operating hours than 9 a.m. until 9 p.m., visit the store locator for specific store and pharmacy hours. For locations with a 24-hour drive-thru pharmacy, the pharmacy drive-thru will remain open 24 hours. Pickup of other select products will also be available at drive-thru, the company said.

Coronavirus store closings: These retailers are temporarily closed

Abercrombie & FitchStores are closed until March 28.

AdidasAll Adidas-owned and Reebok-owned stores are closed through March 29.

Aerie and American EagleStores closed through March 27.

Ann Taylor: Stores including Loft and outlet stores closed through March 28.

Apple: Stores are now closed until further notice, a change from an earlier announcement that stores would be closed through March 27.

Ashley StewartStores are closed through March 29.

AthletaStores closed March 19 and will be closed for the next two weeks, the company announced.

AT&T: About 40% of company-owned retail stores closed nationwide and for stores that remain open, adjusted store hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. local time. All stores will be closed on Sundays, the company said.

Banana RepublicStores closed March 19 and will be closed for the next two weeks, the company announced.

Bath & Body WorksStores are closed through March 29, according to a news release.

Bed Bath & BeyondThe retailer is temporarily closing 800 stores without health and beauty departments through April 3, but plans to keep approximately 700 “essential” stores open with reduced hours.

Belk: Closed through March 30.

Best Buy: Stores closed Saturday, March 21, a reversal of an early decision but starting Sunday, March 22, stores will offer “contactless curbside service at all locations across the country where state or local laws allow,” the company announced noting “only employees will be allowed in the store.”

Build-A-Bear: Closed through April 2.

Calvin KleinStores closed until March 29.

Chico’sStores announced the immediate closure of stores for the next two weeks starting March 17.

Claire’sStores are closed through March 27.

CoachAll stores are closed through March 27, according to an email the company sent to its email list.

Columbia Sportswear: Stores are closed through March 27.

Crate & BarrelAll stores closed for two weeks starting 7 p.m. Tuesday but will be open from noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 18 for pickup of existing orders.

Dick’s Sporting GoodsStores closed March 18 and the plan is to reopen April 2, the company posted at www.dickssportinggoods.com/s/covid-19updates. However, curbside pickup will be available from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

Disney: All U.S. stores closed starting March 17.

DSWStarting Tuesday night, all stores will temporarily close, the company announced.

Five BelowStores will close at 7 p.m. Thursday through “at least March 31,” the company said in an email late Wednesday.

Foot LockerStores are closed through March 31.

Forever 21Stores are closed through March 30.

FossilStores including outlet locations closed March 15 and the closings are “planned to last through March 28,” the company said.

GameStopStarting Sunday, March 22, for all locations not already closed because of “state and local orders, GameStop will temporarily stop customer access to storefronts, processing orders on a digital only basis, moving to curbside pick-up at stores and eCommerce delivery only,” the company said in a statement. This is a reversal of what the company previously said.

GapStores closed March 19 and will be closed for the next two weeks, the company announced.

Guess?, Inc.Stores are closed through March 27.

H&MAll stores are closed until April 2, the company announced Tuesday.

HomeGoods and Homesense: Parent company TJX is closing stores for the next two weeks starting March 19, according to a news release. The company also is closing websites.

IKEA: The furniture chain has temporarily closed all of its U.S. stores.

J.C. PenneyStores closed starting March 18 and expected to reopen April 2.

J.Crew: Closed through March 28.

Kate Spade: All stores closed through March 27.

Kohl’s: Stores will close 7 p.m. local time Thursday, March 19 and will remain closed through at least April 1.

Levi Strauss: All stores closed through March 27.

L’OCCITANE: Closed for two-week period.

lululemonAll North America and European stores are closed through March 27.

Lush: All 258 Lush retail stores in the U.S. and Canada are temporarily closed through March 29.

Macy’sStores will be closed through March 31, the company announced Monday.

Marshalls: Parent company TJX is closing stores for the next two weeks starting March 19, according to a news release. The company also is closing websites.

MicrosoftAll stores are closed.

Neiman Marcus: Stores including Last call are closed through March 31.

NikeThe athletic apparel company announced U.S. stores are closed through March 27.

Nordstromtwo-week closure started March 17 at all U.S. and Canada stores including Nordstrom Rack locations.

Old NavyStores closed March 19 and will be closed for the next two weeks, the company announced.

OriginsStores closed through March 29.

Party CityStores are closed through March 31.

PatagoniaStores closed March 13, and the company said it will reassess the situation on March 27 and provide an update.

Pottery Barn: Stores are closed and plan to reopen April 2.

Ralph Lauren: Stores are closed March 18 and through April 1.

ReebokAll Reebok-owned stores are closed through March 29.

REI: The company’s 162 locations are closed through March 27.

Ross: Some stores have closed and others have reduced hours. Search for your location at www.rossstores.com/store-locator.

Saks Fifth AvenueStores, including Saks OFF 5TH locations, are expected to “remain closed for two weeks, unless otherwise instructed by government or public health officials, and we will reassess operations at that time,” Hudson’s Bay Company, the company’s parent company, said Tuesday.

Sephora: Stores closed March 17 and expected to remain closed through April 3.

Shoe Carnival: Stores closed through April 2.

SkechersStores closed through March 28.

Sprint: Approximately 71% of stores are closed.

Tailored BrandsThe company’s brands, include Men’s Wearhouse, Jos. A. Bank, Moores Clothing for Men and K&G, are closed through March 28, the company announced. E-commerce fulfillment centers will close March 20 through at least March 28.

T.J. Maxx: Parent company TJX is closing stores for the next two weeks starting March 19, according to a news release. The company also is closing websites.

T-Mobile: The company says 80% of stores are closed through at least March 31 and the remaining stores are operating on reduced hours from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time.

Tommy HilfigerAll stores are closed until March 29.

Tory BurchStores closed through March 29.

Ulta Beauty: All stores will close starting at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 19 until at least March 31, the company announced Tuesday. A list of stores, which are already temporarily closed, is available at www.ulta.com/storeupdates.

Under Armour: Stores are closed through March 28.

UNIQLOClosed until further notice.

Urban Outfitters: The company’s stores – including Anthropologie, Free People, Terrain and Urban Outfitters namesake stores – are closed until at least March 28 because of the coronavirus, the company announced.

Victoria’s SecretStores are closed through March 29, according to a news release

West ElmStores are closed and plan to reopen April 2.

Williams-SonomaStores plan to reopen April 2.

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