Effective 31 May onwards.
Not surprising,, last time I went into Musica (for some Joh Mayer cd's), the store wasn't about the music - the music selection was crap. Was all gaming 'n crappy consumer electronics. Staff were friendly and helpful though - was actually a good visit
Surprised that they wouldn't rather sell it off than close it down though. Guess it depends on the business model.
Thinking a little more, I just wouldn't head to a store to buy physical media - covid or no. Only time I've got physical media in the last decade was from events (launch/gig/etc). I even objected to having the band's album burnt to CD - what's the point? I think the only exception to that would be vinyl?