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Coronavirus: Businesses adjust hours or announce temporary closings. Here’s a list.

Many are taking precautions during the coronavirus pandemic.
Publix has announced that it's closing earlier, at 8 p.m., because of the coronavirus.

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In the wake of the World Health Organization officially declaring coronavirus a pandemic, many businesses have revised their hours, or even closed, as the community steers toward social distancing to limit the spread of the virus. The searchable table below has the most recent updates. If you’re a business owner, send us your updates to calendar@tampabay.com.

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Tampa Bay Times coronavirus coverage

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