When will dressing rooms open again? Here's where you can try on clothes and where you can't during coronavirus.

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As stores across the nation started reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic, many opened without fitting rooms.

While some retailers have started to reopen their dressing rooms in select locations – one step closer to a pre-COVID-19 shopping experience – others are keeping them closed indefinitely. 

Even though it is a hassle to purchase items without trying on – you have gotten the wrong size or it's unflattering – some shoppers may be hesitant to try on clothes during the pandemic. 

According to a consumer survey of more than 1,000 people by First Insight, a retail predictive analytics company, which was conducted in late April, 65% of women and 54% of men say they will not feel safe trying on clothes in dressing rooms.

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