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Closed: Retail stores in St. Louis region cutting hours or closing over coronavirus

Closed: Retail stores in St. Louis region cutting hours or closing over coronavirus

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As the coronavirus pandemic grips the nation and the world, retailers are closing stores or curtailing hours.

St. Louis City and County on March 21 released stay home orders, with exceptions only for groceries, health care and critical household duties. The city and county orders defined "essential" business and workers. 

The Post-Dispatch is compiling a list of local retailers that have announced closures or reduced hours.

Aldi: Stores are open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Some stores may need to close temporarily during the day. On Tuesdays and Thursday, open at 8:30 a.m. for one hour for senior citizens and other vulnerable shoppers.

AMC Theatres: All theaters closed for six to 12 weeks

Bed Bath & Beyond: Closed until April 3

The Book House: Closed to in-store visits, but offering online sales for pickup or shipping. bookhousestl.com

Chase Park Plaza Cinema: Closed

Duane Reed Gallery: Closed

Dollar General: The chain is "strongly encouraging" that the first hour each store is open be only for senior customers, who are most vulnerable to being seriously sickened by the coronavirus. Stores will close one hour early. Normal operating hours by individual store can be found here.

Fields Foods: The store at 1500 Lafayette Avenue is reserved for people 60 and older from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. Hours remain unchanged at all three locations.

Goodwill: Closed, and not accepting donations at drop boxes.

Ikea: Closed, but still doing home delivery and online pickup.

Left Bank Books: Closed to foot traffic, but is still offering online and phone orders and doing curbside pickup of orders, local delivery and free shipping.

Marcus Theatres: Closed.

Midland States Bank and Midland Wealth Management: Lobbies are closed, but drive-thru services are open.  

Missouri Historical Society: Closed all three of its locations: Missouri History Museum, Soldiers Memorial Military Museum and Library & Research Center to the public. The society plans to re-open them May 9.

Moolah: Closed 

MX: Closed

The Novel Neighbor: Closed to in-store visits, offering curbside pickup and delivery; thenovelneighbor.indielite.org

Plaza Frontenac: Closed; Essential stores and restaurants with exterior entrances may be open.

Plaza Frontenac movie theater: Closed

REI: Closed

Recycled Youth Resale: Closed 

Schnucks stores: All stores, except for the Culinaria downtown, will be open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. and three will close for a few days. Culinaria will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and closed Saturday and Sunday. Seniors and others at-risk can shop during the first hours of each day, 6-7 a.m.

Subterranean Books: Closed to in-store visits, offering curbside pickup and delivery; call 314-862-6100.

St. Louis Galleria: Interior common areas are closed temporarily. Facilities with public exterior entrances, separate from the mall's entrances, are open, including St. Louis Bread Co., Cheesecake Factory, California Pizza Kitchen and Weber Grill. Other restaurants on premises are limited to delivery or carry-out.

The Tivoli movie theater: Closed 

Trader Joe's: Stores open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Vintage Vinyl: Closed until further notice

Walmart: Super center stores limiting hours to 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Webster Groves Bookshop: Closed to in-store visits; www.thewebstergrovesbookshop.com

Read the list of area restaurants that are closing, switching to carry-out or otherwise adjusting due to the coronavirus

Area events canceled or postponed

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