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Open/Closed Stores During Virus Crisis

As the Covid 19 virus continues to spread and more communities and states invoke bans and closures; more than restaurants, theaters, and casinos have shut down.

Some retailers struggle to keep goods on the shelves; while others have closed all together.

Below is a list of businsses who have cut back or closed…

Abercrombie & Fitch – North American and European stores closed at least through March 28. Online business remains open. Employees will be paid while stores are closed.

Apple has closed its retail stores around the world except inside Greater China at least until March 27. Online stores remain open. Employees will be paid.

Footwear company Allbirds has closed its U.S. and European stores through March 27. Online stores remain open. Employees will be compensated.

Footwear company Ancient Greek Sandals has closed its stores until further notice.

The women’s fashion store Aritzia has closed its North American stores until further notice.

Luggage store Away has closed its stores for at least two weeks. The close includes monogramming services. The opening of the new Dallas store has been postponed. Employees will be paid during the closing.

Men’s wear company Buck Mason has closed its stores until March 19. Employees will be paid during the close.

Columbia Sportswear has closed their North American stores until March 27. Employees will be paid during the close. The company is offering yoga and meditation classes online to help boost well-being during the crisis.

Disney has closed all of its resorts and theme parks and beginning March 17 are closing their retail stores in the United States and Canada. Online stores remain open.

Fashion company Everlane is closing its stores for the next two weeks. The online store will remain open. Employees will be paid during the closure.

Accessory company Fossil has closed all of their stores and outlet stores in North America until March 28. Employees will be paid during the closing.

The Gap has closed over 100 of its North American stores with the remaining stores operating on reduced hours. Employees working at the closed stores will receive compensation.

Glossier has closed its stores in New York City, Los Angeles, London, and Atlanta for at least the next two weeks. Employees will be paid during the close.

The sneaker reseller GOAT has closed its drop off locations in New York City, Los Angeles, and Miami until March 27. The ship-to-verify program will continue as usual.

The street gear store Kith has closed its stores until further notice but the online store will remain open.

Clothing store Land’s End has closed its stores until March 29. Employees will be paid for scheduled hours.

Lululemon Athletica Inc has closed its North American and European stores until March 27. Employees will be paid for scheduled hours.

Cosmetics store Lush has closed its North American stores until at least March 29. Manufacturing and distribution operations will also be reduced.

Clothing retailer Madewell is closing all of its U.S. stores until March 28. Employees will be paid during the close.

Athletic footwear company Nike has closed all of its retail stores in North America, Western Europe, Australia, and New Zealand until March 27. The closures also include the Converse stores.

New Balance has closed all North American and Western European stores, offices, and factories until March 27. Employees will be compensated during the closures.

Clothing store Opening Ceremony has closed its New York and Los Angeles stores indefinitely. The online stores will remain open.

The activewear company Outdoor Voices has closed its U.S. stores until March 27. All scheduled community events have been postponed until further notice. Employees will be paid during the closing.

The outdoor clothing company Patagonia has shuttered all stores and operations for the next two weeks.

The exercise cycling company Peloton has closed all of its retail showrooms worldwide until March 29. The New York and Los Angeles studios have been closed to the public but they will continue to produce live content. The company will continue to make deliveries to customers.

Clothing store Phillip Lim is closing four of its six retail stores in New York City, Los Angeles, Waikiki, and London until further notice. The Shanghai and Tokyo stores; as well as, the online stores will remain open.

The Phillips-Van Heusen Corporation has announced the closure of all of its North American and European retail stores until March 29. The Asian stores will remain open. Employees will be paid during the closure. PVH is the parent company of Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, IZOD, Arrow, Warner’s, Olga, True & Co., and Geoffrey Beene.

REI has closed all of its U.S. stores until March 27. Employees will be paid during the closure.

The shoe company Rothy’s has closed its U.S. stores until March 31.

Makeup retailer Sephora has closed some of its stores and changed the hours of others. Employees will be paid at the closed stores.

The coffee store giant Starbucks is no longer seating people inside its stores in North America. They are alos closing and limiting hours in high traffic areas.

The street wear company Supreme has closed its New York City and London stores until further notice.

Tapestry, Inc has decreased hours at its stores.

Mobile phone retailer T-Mobile has closed all of its mall stores until further notice. Employees will be paid during the closure.

Makeup company Ulta Beauty has closed its stores in Pennsylvania and Connecticut. Other locations have reduced hours. In store hair services have also been discontinued temporarily until further notice.

Under Armour has closed its North American stores until March 28. Employees will be paid for their scheduled hours.

Urban Outfitters, Inc has closed all of its stores worldwide until March 28.Employees will be paid during the closures. The online store will continue to operate.

VF Corp. – Jansport, North Face, Timberland, and Vans – has closed its North American stores until April 5. All employees will be paid during the closure. UK stores remain open with reduced hours but all other European stores remain closed until further notice. Chinese stores are open once again with other Asian stores operating on reduced hours.
Mobile phone company Verizon has reduced the hours of their stores.
Clothing retailer Vineyard Vines has closed all of its U.S. and Bermuda stores until March 27. Employees will be paid during the store’s closing.

Walmart remains open but has reduced its hours of operation in order to stock its shelves.

Eyeglass retailer Warby Parker has closed all of its stores until March 27. Employees will be closed during the closures.

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