Apple will start reopening its US stores next week

Source: San Francisco – France Press

The Apple Group announced that it will gradually start reopening the Apple Store stores in the United States next week, while respecting the procedures to prevent corona-covid-19 disease, including the need to place a muzzle.

The iPhone maker plans to start reopening its stores in Alabama, Alaska, Idaho and South Carolina.

“We miss our customers and we look forward to providing them with support,” the group said in a statement reported to AFP. “We will open with additional safety measures, including temperature measurement, social spacing and face coverage, to ensure the safety of customers and employees,” she added.

The state of California, where the group is based, continues to adopt strict isolation measures, but has taken decisions this week to get some companies and industries to resume activity, provided all measures are taken to protect against the epidemic.

Apple confirmed that it is closely following health data and government directives to decide when and where to reopen its stores.

And Apple Store stores will limit the number of customers inside, with some people having to wait outside.

And Apple recommended making orders online with the possibility of receiving them at home or in stores to limit communication.

Apple’s decision came as several US states went to reduce isolation measures. But the results of many opinion polls indicate that Americans are still wary of resuming normal activities.


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