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Coronavirus store closings, changing hours: Retailers closing early


Retailers across the nation are trimming store hours to focus on deep cleanings and to restock store shelves. Some are closing stores, too.

Apple announced it will close all its retail stores outside Greater China until March 27 due to the coronavirus outbreak. Urban Outfitters also announced all of its stores worldwide would be closed at least until March 28.

Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, announced late Saturday that starting Sunday it was trimming hours at 24-stores and other locations. The temporary hours will be open 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. and other Walmart stores will also have reduced hours. 

Grocery store chains including Florida-based Publix, New York-based Wegmans and H-E-B are among retailers closing earlier. Changes at more regional and national retailers are expected in the coming days.

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