“We know the new normal is going to take some getting used to, so please know that we’re here for you.”
Cotton On will continue to trade online.
It’s the latest retailer to feel the pinch as a result of the virus.
Most notably has been Myer, which announced it would indefinitely shut shop on Friday night.
About 10,000 Myer staff will be stood down as a result.
7NEWS.com.au has contacted Cotton On for clarification on how many jobs will be impacted by the impending closures.
Smiggle, Peter Alexander, Portmans and Just Jeans are among other Australian brands to stand down workers and close its doors due to the financial toll caused by the virus.
More than 3,300 cases of the virus have been registered in Australia.
Draconian rules implemented by the National Cabinet have mandated the closure of shopping centre food courts and strictly restricted how many customers can be in retail stores themselves at any given time.
This story first appeared on 7NEWS.com.au