Jefferson Graham, USA TODAY Published 1:08 p.m. ET March 22, 2020 | Updated 4:44 p.m. ET March 22, 2020CLOSE COVID-19 has caused numerous retail chains to close temporarily, including Apple, Macy’s and Nike. Here is a look at some of the closures. WochitGameStop, the videogame retailer, said Sunday that it would shift to online sales and curbside pick-up orders only and close its U.S.retail operations temporarily. The retailer had remained open at a time when most other non-essential retail stores had closed and had urged its employees to inform law enforcement of that, if questioned, according to gaming site Kotaku, which got ahold of a company memo. “Due to the products we carry that enable and enhance our customers’ experience in working from home, we believe GameStop is classified as essential retail and therefore is able to remain open during this time,” said the memo, per Kotaku.Kotaku had interviewed GameStop employees who feared for their safety. Retail: Target increases hourly pay, announces paid leave program for employees most vulnerable to coronavirusWorking: Retailers closing stores to protect from coronavirus spreadNow the company says curbside delivery will “allow the Company to continue to serve customers who have purchased online at GameStop.com and the GameStop app and have requested a


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