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Walmart extending store hours that were cut during pandemic

Customers head for their cars after shopping at a Walmart store.
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Customers head for their cars after shopping at a Walmart store.

BENTONVILLE, Arkansas -- Walmart says it's expanding its hours, after reducing them during the pandemic.

As of June 5, most stores nationwide will be open from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Starting July 3, most Walmart pharmacies and vision centers will return to pre-pandemic hours.

The Arkansas-based retail chain says it's following relaxed Centers for Disease Control mask guidance for customers and employees.

And, Walmart stores no longer have capacity restrictions.

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