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Marshall's, T.J. Maxx & Homegoods open in Connecticut

You Ask. We Answer. Now that retail stores are allowed to open, some are wondering if popular department stores are open too.

HARTFORD, Conn. — Update June 1, 2020: Marshall's Homegoods and TJ Maxx are now open in Connecticut. Stores are open for limited hours. Check with your local store.

To see your local T.J. Maxx hours, click here.

To see your local Marshalls hours, click here.

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As Connecticut slowly works to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic, some retailers are beginning to get back in business.

On Wednesday, the terms "Marshalls," "TJ Maxx," and "Homegoods" was near the top of google search terms related to reopening in Connecticut.

Unfortunately, those stores all appeared to still be closed in Connecticut Wednesday afternoon. FOX61 called several Marshalls and T.J. Maxx stores in the state, all were closed.

The Marshalls store locator also lists the Connecticut locations closed.

T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, and HomeGoods are all owned by the same company, TJX.

"As the COVID-19 pandemic has evolved, our Company has continued to prioritize the health and well-being of our Associates, customers, and the communities we serve," TJX CEO and President Ernie Herman said in a letter dated May 9. The company closed stores in nine countries, as well as distribution centers and offices worldwide "weeks ago" the letter said.

For locations that do reopen, strict guidelines will be in place. "We care deeply about the health and well-being of our valued associates and customers, and for this reason, expect all customers who shop in our stores to wear a face covering," Herman said.

The websites for T.J. Maxx and Marshalls have been open for limited online sales. On Wednesday both sites displayed messages saying they had reached their order limit for the day.

During Connecticut's stay-at-home order imposed in March, retailers were allowed to continue online ordering with curbside pickup.

To see if your local T.J. Maxx is reopening, click here.

To see if your local Marshalls is reopening, click here.

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