UPDATED: Closings & Cancellations Due to Coronavirus

 

Alabama News Network has been getting a lot of closings and cancellations due to the coronavirus. We will be updating this list, so please keep checking it. The following days/hours on this list are subject to change.

Check out What’s Open on the Alabama News Network website.

State Coronavirus Call Center: (888) 264-2256 for information on testing and other procedures.

Alabama under state-at-home order from April 4 – April 30

ALL OF ALABAMA: All K-12 public schools are closed, with all spring sports canceled. Starting April 6, schools will offer alternative teaching methods, which will vary by school system. State School Supt. Dr. Eric Mackey is hopeful that proms and graduations can be held sometime after June 5.

ALL OF ALABAMA: As of March 28, all non-work related gatherings of 10 persons or more, or non-work related gatherings of any size that cannot maintain a consistent six-foot  distance between people are not allowed.

ALL OF ALABAMA: No restaurant or bar is allowed to provide on-premise consumption of food or drink. Take out and delivery is permitted provided people maintain social distancing.

ALL OF ALABAMA: All preschools and childcare centers are closed. This does not apply to licensed childcare centers that provide services exclusively to employees with: State and local governments, first responders (including EMS and fire services), law enforcement, hospitals, nursing homes/long term care facilities (including assisted living and specialty care assisted living facilities), end stage renal disease treatment centers, pharmacies and grocery stores.

ALL OF ALABAMA: All hospitals and nursing home long term care facilities (including assisted living and specialty care assisted living facilities) must prohibit visitation of all visitors and non-essential health care personnel, except for certain situations such as maternity and end-of-life.

ALL OF ALABAMA: All elective dental and medical procedures must be delayed.

ALL OF ALABAMA: From March 28-April 30, these are the non-essential businesses that must be closed:

Nightclubs, bowling alleys, arcades, concert venues, theaters, auditoriums and performing arts centers

Tourist attractions (including museums and planetariums), racetracks, indoor children’s play areas, adult entertainment venues, casinos, bingo halls, venues operated by social clubs

Athletic facilities and activities as follows:

Fitness centers and commercial gyms, spas and public or commercial swimming pools, yoga, barre, and spin facilities, spectator sports, sports that involve interaction with another person of closer than 6 feet, activities that require use of shared sporting apparatus and equipment, activities on commercial or public playground equipment

Close-contact service providers as follows:

Barber shops, hair salons, waxing salons, threading salons, nail salons and spas, body-art facilities and tattoo services, tanning salons, massage-therapy establishments and massage services

Retail stores as follows:

Furniture and home-furnishings stores, clothing, shoe, and clothing-accessory stores, jewelry, luggage, and leather goods stores, department stores, sporting goods stores , book, craft, and music stores

MORE INFORMATION ON STATE-MANDATED CLOSURES

 

GENERAL:

  • Alabama Court System: Read this statement
  • Alabama Dept. of Labor Career Centers: Closed
  • Alabama Nursing Homes: Read this statement
  • ALEA Driver License Division: Read about changes
  • Heflin-Torbert Judicial Building/Montgomery: Closed to the public; Marshal’s office open on case-by-case basis
  • Alabama state runoffs: Postponed to July 14
  • City of Montgomery: No public access to buildings; All city sponsored events are canceled
  • City of Montgomery: Curfew from 10 p.m. until 5 a.m.
  • Montgomery Municipal Court: Open, with a limit of six people in the building at one time. Call (334) 625-2776 for more information.
  • Montgomery County: All offices closed through April 30
  • Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce: Events, meetings, travel postponed or canceled through May 15; March and April Board of Directors meetings canceled
  • Montgomery Area Council on Aging (MACOA): Meals on Wheels will continue
  • Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base: Some gates closed
  • Garrett Coliseum: Buildings and grounds closed to the public
  • Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama: Plant closed; Tours canceled
  • Lowndes County: Curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.
  • Prattville: Read city’s action plan
  • Prattville: Curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.
  • Pike Road: Public access to Town Hall is limited
  • Greenville: Curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.; Read this statement
  • Selma: Read this statement
  • Selma: Quarantine from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.
  • Tallassee: Read this list of coronavirus restrictions
  • Troy: Read this list of facilities that are closed
  • Tuskegee: Curfew from 10 p.m. until 5 a.m. Starting April 3
  • Andalusia: Adult Activity Center closed; meals will continue
  • Baptist Health: Visitation policy
  • Jackson Hospital: Visitation policy

 

BANKS, STORES & RESTAURANTS:

  • Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board: Some ABC Stores closed
  • Aldi: Open 9 a.m. until 7 p.m.
  • BBVA Compass Bank: Lobby by appointment only,drive thru open; Read the statement
  • Best Buy: Open 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.
  • Burlington: Most stores open 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.
  • Cadence Bank: Some branches have limited lobby access; Read the statement
  • Central Restaurant: Closed
  • City Grill: Closed
  • Costco: Hours have changed; Only two people allowed inside on one membership card; Senior shopping hour offered; Read more
  • Cucos: Chantilly Parkway: Curbsite pickup available; Downtown: Closed
  • Dollar General: Store hours adjusted; Senior shopping hour offered
  • Dollar Tree: Closing at 8 p.m.; Read the statement
  • Eastdale Mall: Closed
  • Family Dollar: Closing at 8 p.m.; Read the statement
  • Fresh Market: Stores open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Senior shopping hour offered 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. weekdays; Customers must wear face masks starting April 14
  • Guardian Credit Union: Lobby by appointment only, drive thru open; Read the statement
  • Home Depot: Closing at 6 p.m.
  • JoAnn: Most stores open 9 a.m. until 7 p.m.
  • Logan’s Roadhouse: Closed
  • Lowe’s: Closing at 8:30 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays, closing at 7 p.m. on Sundays
  • MAX Credit Union: Lobby by appointment only, drive thru open; Read the statement
  • Ollie’s Bargain Outlet: Special store hours; Senior shopping hour offered; Read the statement
  • Petco: Open with reduced hours, grooming open, classes canceled; Read the statement
  • PetSmart: Open with reduced hours, grooming closed, classes canceled until May 4; Read the statement
  • PNC Bank: Reduced hours with some branches closed; Read the statement
  • Publix Super Markets: Open 8 a.m. until 8 p.m.; Pharmacy: 9 a.m until 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and normal pharmacy hours on Sundays; Senior shopping hour offered
  • Red Lobster: Closed
  • Regions Bank: Lobby by appointment only, drive thru open; Read the statement
  • Renasant Bank: Lobby by appointment only, drive thru open; Read the statement
  • Renfroe’s Market: Open normal hours, Senior shopping hour offered 7 a.m. until 8 a.m.
  • River Bank and Trust: Lobby by appointment only, drive thru open; Read the statement
  • Sam’s Club: Open 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. Monday-Saturday; Normal hours Sunday, Senior shopping hour offered; Read the statement
  • ServisFirst Bank: Drive thru only; Read the statement
  • Sinclair’s Restaurant Montgomery: Closed
  • Synovus Bank: Lobby by appointment only, drive thru open; Read the statement
  • Target: Operating with reduced hours; Senior shopping hour offered
  • Trustmark Bank: Some branch lobbies closed; Read the statement
  • Walgreens: Most stores open 9 a.m. until 9 p.m.; Some drive-thrus open 24 hours
  • Walmart: Open 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m; Senior shopping hour offered
  • Wells Fargo Bank: Some hours reduced, with some branches closed; Read the statement
  • Whole Foods: Read statement about adjusted hours; Senior shopping hour offered
  • Winn-Dixie: Open 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.; Senior shopping hour offered 7-8 a.m.

 

BUSINESSES, ATTRACTIONS & ENTERTAINMENT:

  • Alabama Beaches: Closed, including all private and public beaches and beach access points.
  • Alabama Dept. of Archives and History: Closed through April 17
  • Alabama Nature Center – Lanark: Closed, Wild Game Cook-offs postponed until further notice
  • Alabama Power: Lobbies closed; dropbox, drive-thru and kiosks open
  • Alabama Shakespeare Festival: Performances, events and tours suspended; Read this statement
  • Bowlero: Closed
  • Central AL Electric Co-op: Lobbies closed; drive-thru, dropbox and kiosks open
  • Dixie Electric Co-op: Lobby closed; drive-thru open
  • Equal Justice Initiative: Legacy Museum, National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the Peace and Justice Memorial Center: Closed
  • Escapology: Closed
  • Garrett Coliseum: Buildings and grounds closed to the public
  • Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama: Plant closed; Tours canceled
  • Launch Trampoline Park: Closed
  • Maxwell Air Force Base Air Show: Canceled
  • Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts: Closed
  • Montgomery Performing Arts Centre: Closed; Box office open Monday-Thursday 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
  • Montgomery Zoo and Mann Museum: Closed
  • Newtopia: Closed
  • Princess Cruises: No trips until at least May 10
  • Rockin’ Jump: Closed
  • Victoryland: Closed
  • Wind Creek Casinos: Closed

 

SCHOOLS:

 

CHURCHES:

  • Antioch Missionary Baptist Church/Montgomery: In-person worship canceled until further notice, but services will be available on Facebook/radio.
  • Church of the Highlands: Read this statement
  • Dexter Ave. King Memorial Baptist Church: All activities, including tourism, canceled
  • First Baptist Church/Montgomery: Read this statement
  • First United Methodist Church/Montgomery: Read this statement
  • Frazer Memorial United Methodist Church: All church programs  canceled through April 11. Worship available online/on TV; Read this statement
  • Taylor Road Baptist Church: Read this statement
  • Check with your local church for other cancellations.
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