Apple is closing down an extra 14 retail stores in Florida as the coronavirus keeps on spreading, the organization affirmed to CNET. Here’s the rundown:
Brickell Downtown area.
The Nurseries Shopping center.
Florida Shopping center.
“Because of current COVID-19 conditions in a portion of the networks we serve, we are incidentally shutting down stores in these territories,” said an Apple representative. “We make this stride with a wealth of alert as we intently screen the circumstance, and we anticipate having our groups and clients back as quickly as time permits.
The move comes as COVID-19 cases keep on flooding in the south, with the all out number of cases in Florida sitting at 114,018 as of June 25. That is an expansion of in excess of 5,000 cases from the day preceding.
A week ago, Apple shut other Apple Store areas, in Arizona, North Carolina and South Carolina, just as different stores in Florida. On Wednesday, the organization shut seven Apple Stores in the Houston territory. A month ago, Apple shut down stores over the US during the across the board fights that followed the killing of George Floyd.
First distributed on June 25, 2020 at 12:11 p.m. PT.
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