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The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is leading to business closures and altered hours, as health officials warn against crowds and advise the public to practice social distancing.

In Jackson Hole, the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole and other nonprofits are setting up systems to support workers disrupted by the changes while businesses figure out ways to compensate employees or operate online. Here’s a partial and growing list of changing hours and closures:

Alpenhof Lodge

Closed; plans to reopen May 7.

Caldera House

Closed; reopening June 1.

Continuum

Not taking new reservations. Reopening May 8.

Diehl Gallery

Closed until further notice.

Ecotour Adventures

Closed through April 4.

Fine Dining Restaurant Group

Offering takeout service (see Scene).

Four Seasons Resort Jackson Hole

Closed until May 14.

Gallery Wild

Open by appointment only until further notice.

Gather

Closed Monday for two weeks.

Glorietta Trattoria

Closed, plans to reopen May 5.

Gun Barrel Steak & Game House

Closed through April, reopening May 1.

Habits

Store is closed but is "open online" and offering free shipping and local home delivery.

The Hostel

Closing today for six weeks.

Hotel Terra

Closing Friday, expecting to reopen in mid-May.

Hungry Jack's General Store

Open 9 a.m.-7 p.m. daily.

Jackson Hole Book Trader and Wilson Book Gallery

Closed for “book browsing” until further notice. If there’s a book you want, email abbie@jhbooktrader.com and “we’ll find a way to get that book in your hands — either through curbside or home delivery.”

Lower Valley Energy

No lobby access.

Orangetheory Fitness

Closed until further notice.

Orvis

Closed "until conditions improve." Still fulfilling online orders.

PAWS of Jackson Hole

Office is closed with employees working remotely. Spay/neuter vouchers and MedFund applications available at PawsOfJH.org. Dog park scheduled to remain open until May 1.

Pearl Street Bagels

Closed starting Saturday, March 21.

Penny Lane Jackson Hole

Closed until April 1.

Quizno's

Open 11 a.m.-7 p.m. for phone orders and online orders. Download the Quizno's app to order or call 733-0201.

Roam

Closed, plan to reopen April 4.

Skinny Skis

Closed, with plans to reopen April 1 or as condition allow.

Snake River Grill

Closed through May 6; reopening May 7.

Snake River Lodge and Spa

Planning to close, then reopen May 8.

Snake River Sporting Club

Restaurant, sports shop, exercise room/simulator, hot tub and shuttle services are closed, with no opening date specified.

Springhill Suites by Marriott JH

Not accepting new room reservations for stays through March 31.

Stio

Retail stores are closed.

Teton Mountain Lodge

Closing Friday with plans to reopen May 13.

Teton Pines Country Club

All operations closed until further notice.

Teton Yoga Shala

Classes available online for $10; anyone unable to pay can contact adi@tetonyoga.com for a waiver. Sign up at TetonYoga.com and load Zoom on a device to participate.

Trio An American Bistro

Closed for “a few weeks” in order to address public safety concerns and consolidate efforts into takeout orders at Local, its sister restaurant.

Twin Cinema and Movieworks Cinema

Closed for “foreseeable future.”

Vim

Closing temporarily; working to create free online classes; renting indoor bikes to members for a weekly rate while the studio is closed. All memberships will be placed on hold. One-on-one training sessions are available by appointment.

To be added to the online version of this list, email editor@jhnewsandguide.com.

Contact Jennifer Dorsey at jennifer@jhnewsandguide.com or 732-5908.

Jennifer Dorsey is chief copy editor and Business section coordinator. She worked in Washington, D.C., and Chicago before moving to the Tetons.

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