Patagonia might not re-open its brick-and-mortar stores until June at the earliest, according to reports in the New York Times. Rose Macario, the company’s chief executive, said in an interview that the decision to re-open will not necessarily be based on the state decrees only, suggesting that caution will be needed especially after people stop social-distancing, as this might have an impact on the pandemic. Furthermore, retail itself will change, with people preferring to buy online and only returning slowly to physical stores, Macario said. Meanwhile, the company is planning to offer curbside pick-up at its stores starting on May 20. Patagonia has reportedly seen its sales drop by around 50 percent in North America in connection with the health crisis.