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LIST: Businesses impacted by coronavirus, temporarily closed in Southeast Texas

We've compiled a list of businesses that are temporarily closed due to growing concerns surrounding the coronavirus.

BEAUMONT, Texas — As the number of concerns grows surrounding the coronavirus, local businesses are taking preventative measures to avoid its spread.

Although the efforts are to keep the community safe, these precautions will have a direct impact on local businesses in the Southeast Texas area.

Local restaurant owners in Southeast Texas are now preparing to rely on different delivery only options. Restaurants such as Daddio’s Burger in Beaumont aren't allowing customers to dine in. People can make a to-go order or use a delivery service to get their food.

Businesses outside of food services are taking steps to keep the virus at bay as well. We have compiled a list of business that are temporarily closed due to growing concerns about the coronavirus. 

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If your business is temporarily closing in light of current events, send us an email with the subject line: "Closure." The email must be sent from a credible email address or Facebook page.

We will continue to update this article as we receive new information.

Texas Massage Parlors, gyms, bars and other non essential businesses 

Gov. Greg Abbott announced the closure of all Texas massage establishments starting midnight on March 20. They will be closed from March 20 to April 3.

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