Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) plans to reopen about 600 stores by June 13.

The company said 500 namesake stores, 50 Christmas Tree Shops, and about 50 Cost Plus World Market locations will reopen. The company’s buybuyBaby and Harmon Face Values stores remained open during the coronavirus pandemic, which forced its stores to close in March.

The reopened stores will represent about 50% of Bed Bath & Beyond’s total portfolio. The company will continue to expand its curbside pickup services to about 1,350 locations, adding another 600 stores or 90% of its fleet of stores in the U.S. and Canada.

Bed Bath & Beyond has implemented a series of safety measures at its stores to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The company is promoting social distancing in stores, requiring employees to wear masks and gloves, and has enacted enhanced cleaning procedures. The home goods retailer will also limit the number of customers inside its stores at any one time and is offering dedicated senior hours for more vulnerable shoppers.

"We continue to respond to the COVID-19 situation with measured, purposeful steps to help keep our people safe and our customers served,” Mark Tritton, president and CEO at Bed Bath & Beyond, said in a statement. “We recently launched our Store Safety Plan and are guided by our medical team and national, state and local guidance to help ensure customers can shop with us confidently.

Tritton continued, “Our financial flexibility allows us to take this patient, market-by-market approach, while we invest in rebuilding our business and introducing new services for our loyal customers.”

Shares of Bed Bath & Beyond stock were down 1.81% as of 1:57 p.m. EDT on Friday.

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