As COVID-19 continues to spread, the way retailers operate continues to evolve. From moving things online to installing extra protection for frontline workers, every move announced is for the health and safety of shoppers and employees.
Essential businesses such as pharmacies, grocery stores, and alcohol stores are still open but with restricted hours, and the LCBO recently just changed its scheduled operations for stores across the province.
As of March 30, the LCBO will no longer be open on Mondays as further prevention against the COVID-19 outbreak.
The decision was announced after an LCBO employee in North York tested positive for coronavirus.
The Monday closures are for all locations across Ontario. The previously announced LCBO COVID-19 reduced hours of 11:00 a.m. to 6 p.m. still apply Tuesdays through Sundays.
Shoppers can still shop at the LCBO online store seven days a week.
The e-commerce platform is still accessible to shop, however, customers who choose this method have to follow special directions from Canada Post to pick up their deliveries. For those in Ottawa, the LCBO is available through foodora.
There are also a number of other delivery services for alcohol available across the country, including through select restaurants on Uber Eats.
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