Kelly Tyko, USA TODAY Published 12:03 a.m. ET April 12, 2020 | Updated 12:09 p.m. ET April 12, 2020CLOSE See how many Easter eggs your kids can find in this virtual Easter egg hunt. USA TODAYIf you forget a key ingredient for your Easter meal Sunday or need more eggs and candy, there are not as many options as in past years.While Walmart, drug stores and convenience stores will still be open, more retailers will be closed for the holiday than last Easter because of the coronavirus pandemic.In addition to the long list of companies that have temporarily shuttered stores due to COVID-19, some grocery stores that have traditionally kept their doors open on the holiday will be closed to give employees a day off.Many stores also have reduced hours to give staff time to restock shelves and clean in addition to special hours for seniors and those most vulnerable to the virus. Hours will be reduced further Sunday, and stores including Walmart are limiting the number of shoppers allowed in at a time.Stress eating and coronavirus: WW, formerly known as Weight Watchers, rolls out Zoom virtual workshopsRecall alert: Conagra recalls 131,000 pounds of Healthy Choice chicken bowls that might contain rocksStores traditionally


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