Some Apple Stores Close for the Second Time as Coronavirus Cases Spike

By Sheridan Fifer

Apple has made the decision to close eleven of its stores for a second time in the states where coronavirus cases are spiking. Apple's senior vice president of retail and people Deidre O'Brien said last month that the company was prepared to take this step should local conditions seem to warrant it. Apple began reopening stores in the United States just last month.

The store closures will occur in Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Arizona. Specifically, Apple is closing two stores in Florida, two stores in North Carolina, one store in South Carolina, and six stores in Arizona.

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