(WGGB/WSHM) -- Concerns over coronavirus has caused organizations, groups, businesses, and governments to change schedules and operations in an effort to slow the spread of the virus.
Here's a sampling of what's still open and what has closed as result
(updated Monday, March 23):
GOV. BAKER'S ORDER
- CLICK HERE for a list of all the services and businesses that have been deemed 'essential' and remain open
EARLY EDUCATION AND CHILD CARE
- Gov. Baker ordered all child care centers to close on Monday, March 23. However, some emergency centers have opened. CLICK HERE to learn more.
- On-premises dining and drinking prohibited from Tuesday, March 17 until Monday, April 6
- Restaurants and bars can remain open and provide food via drive-thru, take-out, or delivery options only.
- Some of those include:
- Nick's Nest, Holyoke
- Rail Tail Ale House, Southwick
- 7B's Bar and Grill, Westfield (11 a.m. to 8 p.m.)
- AC Produce and Deli, 489 Main Street, Springfield
- Mom & Rico’s, 899 Main Street, Springfield
- Milano’s Imports, 988 Main Street, Springfield
- Frigo’s, 90 William Street, Springfield
- Patisserie Italia, 610 College Highway, Southwick
- Gristmill Cafe, 610 College Highway, Southwick
- Palazzo Cafe, 1350 Main Street, Springfield
- Texas Roadhouse, Springfield (take-out 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.)
- Delaney's Market, Wilbraham, Longmeadow, and Westfield
- D. Hotel and Suites, Holyoke
- Wilbraham Seafoods, Wilbraham
- Barstow's Dairy Store and Bakery, Hadley
- Fazio's Ristorante and Pizzeria, East Longmeadow
- Arizona Pizza, Hampshire Mall, Hadley
- Sunset Grill and Pizza, Fearing Street, Amherst
- Auntie Cathie's Kitchen, Agawam
- Applebee's, All Locations
- Rocky's Ace Hardware remains open
- Manny's Appliance remains open
- Berkshire Heating and Cooling remains open
- Stop and Shop and Big Y remain open, though with adjusted hours
- L.L. Bean is closed until Sunday, March 29
- Yankee Candle stores are closed through Tuesday, March 31
- Tree House Brewing is closed indefinitely
- MGM Springfield is closed
- Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse has ordered the closure of Holyoke Mall and certain other retailers, with some exception. CLICK HERE for more.
- Party City in Chicopee is closed through Tuesday, March 31
- Five Below in Chicopee, West Springfield, and Enfield remain open, but with adjusted hours
- Target remains open, but with adjusted hours
- Home Depot remains open, but with adjusted hours
- JCPenney is closed until April 2
- Old Navy is closed for two weeks, starting March 19.
- Kohl's is temporarily closed, starting March 19.
- Yellow Cab is closed for two weeks, starting Friday, March 20
- A majority of the stores are closed. However, some exceptions include:
- Target, with reduced store: Monday - Sunday: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
- On Wednesdays, Target's first hour of shopping will be for older adults and those who have compromised immune systems.
- Uno Pizzeria & Grill, take-out only. Monday - Saturday: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sunday: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Best Buy, online curbside pick-up only. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day
- Hampshire Mall is closed.
- Eastfield Mall has adjusted its hours. Some stores have closed, while others have adjusted hours. CLICK HERE for more.
- Lee Premium Outlets is closed until March 29.
- Gov. Baker ordered all public and private K-12 schools to close for three weeks, from Tuesday, March 17 until Monday, April 6. His order does NOT include residential and day schools for special needs students.
- Additionally, Springfield Public Schools has closed the following sites:
- Central Office, 1550 Main Street
- Parent and Community Engagement Center, 91 School Street
- Adult Education Center, 204 Boston Road
- Williston Northampton Upper and Middle Schools are both closed until April 12
- Area hospitals remain open and accepting patients
- Several have enacted visitor restrictions to help curb the spread of coronavirus
- Cooley Dickinson Hospital - no visitors, except for limited exceptions
- Baystate Medical Center, Baystate Mary Lane, Baystate Franklin Medical Center, Baystate Wing Hospital, Baystate Children's Hospital - no visitors, except for limited exceptions
- Holyoke Medical Center - no visitors for inpatient or outpatient units; limited exceptions for emergency department
- Mercy Medical Center, Providence Behavioral Health Hospital, Family Life Center for Maternity, Weldon Rehabilitation Hospital - one visitor per patient; no visitors under age 14
- The Baker-Polito Administration is strongly recommending both public and private colleges and universities to explore ways to reduce the need for students on-campus, including suspending in-person classes and moving to remote learning
- Cinemark is closed until further notice
- Regal Cinemas is closed until further notice.
- Tower Theaters in South Hadley is closed until at least April 6.
- Amherst Cinema is closed until Thursday, April 16.
GATHERINGS OVER 10+ PEOPLE (UPDATED 3/23)
- Gov. Baker has issued an emergency order that prohibits gatherings of more than 10 people. Those kind of gatherings include:
- Community, public, civic, leisure, faith-based events
- Sporting events with spectators
- Any similar event that brings more than 25 people into a single room or single space at the same time (theaters, fitness centers, private clubs)
- Northampton Housing Authority offices will be closed until March 27
- East Longmeadow Town Hall is closed
- Northampton municipal office and facilities are closed until April 7
- Storrs Library in Longmeadow is closed
- Longmeadow municipal offices are closed
- Springfield City Hall and municipal offices are closed to the public
- Greenfield town hall and library are closed until April 8
- Brimfield Public Library is closed
- Clapp Memorial Library in Belchertown is closed
- Granby Public Library is closed
- Huntington town hall is closed
- East Longmeadow Public Library is closed
- Lilly Library is closed
- Monson Free Library is closed
- South Hadley Library is closed
- Springfield Public Library (all branches) is closed
- Palmer Public Library is closed
- West Springfield Housing Authority closed to the public through March 20
- West Springfield Library is closed
- West Springfield town hall is closed
- Westfield Athenaeum is closed
- Whatley Public Library is closed
- Wilbraham town hall is closed
- DCR-owned ice skating rinks are closed for the season
- DCR rinks operated by third parties will be closed until April 1
- Stanley Park in Westfield is closed
- Amelia Park Arena in Westfield is closed
- A number of DCR facilities have closed. CLICK HERE for the list.
- State parks remain OPEN.
- Holyoke Children's Museum will be closed until Tuesday, March 31
- Amelia Park Children's Museum in Westfield is closed until further notice
- Springfield city parks remain open, but visitors are urged to practice social distancing
- Chicopee Senior Center is closed
- Greenfield Senior Center is closed until April 8
- Belchertown Council on Aging is closed
- Brimfield Senior Center is closed
- Granby Council on Aging is closed
- Hadley Community Senior Center has no activities or classes
- Hampden Senior Center is closed
- Longmeadow Council on Aging is closed
- Ludlow Senior Center is closed
- Northfield Council on Aging and Senior Center is closed
- Palmer Senior Center is closed
- South Hadley Senior Center is closed
- Springfield Senior Centers are closed
- Wilbraham Senior Center is closed
- A number of religious organizations have closed and canceled services. CLICK HERE for the latest list
- The Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield has canceled all Masses and parish activities until further notice
- The Catholic Life Conference, scheduled for Saturday, March 21, has been rescheduled for October 17.
- All churches and chapels, including adoration chapels and oratories, in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield are closed until further notice
- All diocesan pastoral offices in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield will be closed until at least Tuesday, March 31.
- Funerals within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Springfield may only be held and attended by immediate family and very close friends and cannot 25 people in attendance