Tucson Coronavirus Closures and Changes

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Here is a list of Tucson-area business that are being affected by the coronavirus:

Temporary Closures:

  • All Bars In Tucson City Limits: Closed due to decision from Tucson Mayor Regina Romero.
  • All Food Courts In Tucson City Limits: Closed due to decision from Tucson Mayor Regina Romero.
  • All Gyms In Tucson City Limits: Closed due to decision from Tucson Mayor Regina Romero.
  • Arizona schools closed through Friday, March 27th
  • University of Arizona: Spring Break extended, events canceled, classes moved online. All sporting events canceled
  • UA Spring Fling: Canceled
  • Pima Community College: All campuses closed, classes moved online
  • Pima County Library: All branches closed, due dates are extended
  • Diocese of Tucson: All parish-based gathers are canceled
  • Reid Park Zoo: Temporarily closed through March 31st
  • Fourth Avenue Spring Street Fair: Canceled
  • Tumamoc Hill: Closed for an undetermined period of time
  • Bookmans Entertainment Exchange: Closed until Saturday, March 28.
  • Buffalo Exchange: Closed until further notice
  • Casino Del Sol: Closed until April 13
  • Harkins Theatres: Closed through March 31
  • IBT’s: Closed until further notice
  • Microsoft: Closing all stores
  • Nordstrom: Closing for two weeks starting Tuesday, March 17
  • Sephora: Closing all stores through April 3
  • Victoria’s Secret: Closing all stores through March 29
  • AMC Theatres, Regal Movies: Closed for six to 12 weeks.
  • Bath & Body Works: Closing all stores through March 29

Temporary Changes:

  • All Restaurants In Tucson City Limits: Dine-in services closed due to decision from Tucson Mayor Regina Romero. Drive-thru and take-out services will be allowed.
  • AJ’s Fine Foods: Starting March 18, will be open 5-6 a.m. each Wednesday for seniors 65 years old and up. Shoppers must show ID. Caretakers are allowed, but cannot shop for themselves.
  • Bashas': Starting March 18, will be open 5-6 a.m. each Wednesday for seniors 65 years old and up. Shoppers must show ID. Caretakers are allowed, but cannot shop for themselves.
  • Chick-fil-A: Closing dining rooms
  • Dollar General: Dedicating first hour each day to senior citizens
  • Fry’s: Changing hours during outbreak
  • Food City: Starting March 18, will be open 5-6 a.m. each Wednesday for seniors 65 years old and up. Shoppers must show ID. Caretakers are allowed, but cannot shop for themselves.
  • McDonald’s: Closing dining rooms
  • MOD Pizza: Eliminating in-store dining and will be open 11:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. They will have take-out and pick-up options along with delivery through programs like Door Dash.
  • Uber Eats: Waiving delivery fees for independently owned restaurants
  • Walmart: Changing hours during outbreak
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