UNDATED -- One of the largest companies in the country is making some changes in response to COVID-19.

Starting Sunday, March 14, all Walmart stores and neighborhood markets are open from 6:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. to give staff more time to clean stores and stock shelves. Stores that are open fewer hours will not be impacted by the change, according to USA Today.

In an official statement, the company says they are sanitizing stores daily, especially carts, and other high traffic areas, and working to keep shelves stocked and prices reasonable.

Walmart says online services that include pick up or delivery are accessible for those who cannot make it to their physical stores.

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