This pandemic of coronavirus (COVID-19) sweeping across the U.S. and other countries around the world, more than 60 major retailers have temporarily closed their doors in the United States. And in some cases, their stores in other countries, as well.

Though companies like Walmart have taken steps to reduce hours, several major retailers are electing to fully cease physical store operations as confirmed coronavirus cases in the country continue to rise.  In most cases, employees are being compensated for the lost shifts, pointing to how the global pandemic has led to seismic shifts in paid sick leave policies for retail workers on the front lines.  But, most of them are still offering their online shopping.

Here is a listing of some of the retailers:  Abercrombie & Fitch, Adidas, Allbirds, American Eagle Outfitters, Aritzia, Away, Bath & Body Works, The Body Shop, Bloomingdales, Bluemercury, Calvin Klein, Chico’s, Columbia Sportswear, Disney Store, DSW, Everlane, Foot Locker, Fossil, Gilly Licks, Hollister, Izod, J. Crew, Kiehl’s, Land’s End, Levi Strauss, L.L. Bean, Lululemon, Lush Cosmetics, Macys, Madewell, Mark & Graham, New Balance, Nike, Nordstrom, Outdoor Voices, Pottery Barn, Ralph Lauren, Reebok, REI, Rejuvenation, Rent the Runway, Rothy’s, Sephora, Speedo USA, Tommy Hilfiger, Ultra, Under Armour, Uniquo, Van Heusen, Vans, Victoria’s Secret, Vineyard Vines, West Elm, Warby Parker, and Williams Sonoma.

With the continuing pandemic and with the more aggressive restrictions suggestions by government and health officials for everyone to stay home, there will undoubtedly be more closings.  

0 0 votes
Article Rating

Leave a Reply

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments