Kroger will change its hours of operation – allowing workers to restock shelves and clean stores – in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak and frenzied shopping since, according to multiple media reports Saturday evening.
The company plans to open at 7 a.m., according to reports from WCMH-TV in Columbus and WKRC-TV, in Cincinnati, but the two reports differed on closing hours, with one station reporting 10 p.m. and the other 9 p.m.
Both stations reported it would begin Monday.
Kroger could not be immediately reached for comment. Other national grocery chains also were also limiting hours.