Sephora has decided to close all of its stores in Canada and the United States due to the spread of COVID-19

The exceptional measure comes into effect today, until Friday, April 3.

It was by email that the hugely popular chain of cosmetics, perfumes and skin care products made the announcement to their customers last night.

Sephora’s Canadian and American websites and their application are still functional for customers who wish to order products.

Tim Hortons is asking Canadian restaurant owners to provide take-out, drive-thru and delivery only in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

The company said Monday it is closing all dining room seating at Tim Hortons effective Tuesday and will continue the closures until further notice.

The change comes as governments across the country urge Canadians to engage in social distancing to slow the spread of the virus.

McDonald’s has announced it will be limiting access to the restaurant’s dine-in area to pick-up orders and encouraging people to use the drive-thru and delivery option.

“To align with increasing regulations throughout the country, effective at the close of business today, McDonald’s USA company-owned restaurants will close seating areas, including the use of self-service beverage bars and kiosks, and shift our focus to serving customers through Drive-Thru, walk-in take-out and McDelivery,” the company said.

The company said they will also be closing all play areas as of Monday.

The company also encouraged franchised stores to ” adopt similar operations procedures.”

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