During the coronavirus outbreak, store employees have been working overtime to make sure customers can get what they need. Some stores will be closed on Easter Sunday to give those workers a break. Here's a list of those stores. According to newyorkupstate.com, there are more stores observing the Easter holiday than have in the past. This is to give employees a day off during the coronavirus outbreak.

There are limited stores open like grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants, and other retailers so Americans can get the essentials they need. Big stores like Target, Aldi, Costco, Sam's Club, and Trader Joe's will be closed to observe the Easter Sunday holiday and give their employees a much-needed break.

However, there are options for you to still do some shopping on Easter Sunday. There are several other stores that will remain open on the holiday. These stores include B.J.'s, CVS, Price Chopper, Rite-Aid, Safeway, ShopRite, Walmart, Walgreens, and Whole Foods.

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