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The following list of restaurants, businesses and facilities will be updated frequently as staff are able to verify information about Jackson Hole-area closures and re-openings due to concerns regarding the novel coronavirus. This may not be a comprehensive list.

If you have information on a closure or reopening that is not listed or has changed, please email editor@jhnewsandguide.com

Temporary Closures:

  • Astoria Hot Springs (11/14)
  • Snow King Ice Rink/hockey program (11/12)
  • Jackson Hole Children's Museum (11/11)
  • Pearl Street Bagels (11/16) 

Online Only:

  • Teton County School District: Online classes and admin, Nov. 16-30.

Canceled:

  • Annual Turkey Trot, Teton County and Jackson Parks and Recreation department (was scheduled for Nov. 21). 

Altered Operations:

  • Vim exercise studio: Scaling back on class numbers and occupancy; more live virtual classes. (11/16) 
  • Miazgas Restaurant: Takeout only; look for online ordering in coming days.  (11/16) 

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