Once again, due to COVID-19 concerns, Apple is closing some stores.
Apple was in the process of reopening their doors around the world, but a recent rise in Covid-19 cases has forced Apple to close several locations. They’ve closed nearly 100 of its stores during the holiday season, which leaves 401 Apple Stores open out of the 509 locations around the world.
Recently, Apple closed two of its stores in Los Angeles, with eleven more stores closing this week – and with no word as to when they might open their doors again. Since all of Southern California is currently under a stay-at-home order but this order doesn’t force non-essential stores to close. While malls and stores are still working with reduced capacity, Apple has decided to close its stores to protect its employees.
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