Target is reducing store hours for cleaning and restocking, as more consumers shop at its outlets for essentials amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The retailer’s stores, some of which are normally open up to 11 p.m. or midnight, will now close at 9 p.m. The company said it would also close cafes and eateries in its stores.

Shares of Target were trading down 2 percent Wednesday in mid-afternoon, to $101.51.

Target said it would add payroll hours to staff on cleaning routines, which includes sanitizing checkout lanes and touchscreens every 30 minutes.

Consumers have been flocking to stores in the past few weeks to load up on canned food, disinfectants, toilet paper and other essentials as the coronavirus has led to the closure of restaurants and other businesses.

Walmart Inc. said last week that some of its 24-hour US stores are now open only between 6 a.m. and 11 p.m.