Wawa is a place that not even the COVID-19 pandemic could shut its doors. Wawa is there for you no matter the weather conditions or what is happening in life.

Well, that is what we thought until now.

According to Bucks County Courier Times, a Wawa in Bucks County will shut its door every day for about 6 hours just like every other business. That has to be crazy to drive by a Wawa and see its doors closed at midnight.

We learned from Bucks County Courier Times that the Wawa located at 1549 Bristol Pike will only be open during the hours of 5 am and 11 pm.

The reason behind this change of hours is due to an excessive amount of robberies in the area. Bucks County Courier Times stated that these are measures being taken "for the safety of customers and staff after a string of robberies at the locations in Northeast Philadelphia."

Oh, I am all for shutting down Wawa early to make sure everyone is safe.

The Wawa on Bristol Pike is the only location in Bucks County that has been affected by the robberies but Bucks County Courier Times made it known that many other Wawa's in the North East Philadelphia area will be closing at 11 pm as well. Those stores have also been affected by the "string of robberies."

Just so you know, Wawa will not be sticking to these hours forever. Bucks County Courier Times shared that for the time being the Wawa on Bristol Pike will operate from 5 am to 11 pm but eventually will go back to being open 24/7.

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