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Chapel Hill, Summit Mall and Aurora Farms malls close due to coronavirus concerns

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Posted at 11:09 AM, Mar 20, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-20 17:04:48-04

AKRON, Ohio — On Friday, Chapel Hill Mall in Akron, Summit Mall in Fairlawn and Aurora Farms Premium Outlets have closed due to concerns over the coronavirus, according to News 5 media partner at Ohio.com.

Chapel Hill Mall announced on its website and on Facebook that it would close until April 1. Restaurants open at Chapel Hill can be found here.

Summit Mall and Aurora Farms Premium Outlet, which are owned by Simon Property Group, will close until March 29. Restaurants open at Summit Mall can be found here.

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