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Apple Closing More Retail Stores Across Multiple States Due To Surge In COVID-19 Cases

Apple Closing More Retail Stores Across Multiple States Due To

Ioshackz.com Apple Closing More Retail Stores Across Multiple States Due To Surge In COVID-19 Cases With COVID-19 cases continue to surge around the country, Apple is again closing more retail stores across multiple states, including those in California, Florida, Mississippi, Texas, Utah, Alabama, Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, and Oklahoma.

The list of stores that will be closing today and tomorrow are the following (via 9to5Mac):

California

  • Glendale Galleria
  • Northridge
  • Pasadena
  • The Grove
  • Third St. Promenade
  • Century City
  • Manhattan Village
  • Beverly Center
  • Sherman Oaks
  • Topanga
  • Los Cerritos
  • The Americana at Brand
  • Valencia Town Center
  • Victoria Gardens
  • The Oaks

Alabama

  • The Summit

Georgia

  • Cumberland Mall
  • Perimeter
  • Lenox Square
  • Avalon
  • Mall of Georgia

Idaho

  • Boise Towne Square

Louisiana

  • Baton Rouge
  • Lakeside Shopping Center

Nevada

  • Fashion Show
  • The Forum Shops
  • Town Square
  • Summerlin

Oklahoma

  • Penn Square
  • Woodland Hills

Florida

  • St. Johns Town Center
  • University Town Center

Mississippi

  • Renaissance at Colony Park

Texas

  • Barton Creek
  • Domain Northside
  • La Cantera
  • North Star
  • Knox Street
  • Northpark Center
  • Galleria Dallas
  • Ciello Vista Mall
  • Southlake Town Square
  • University Park Village

Utah

  • Station Park
  • Fashion Place
  • City Creek Center
Back in May, Apple began to reopen U.S. Apple Stores, as the cases were down at the time, with more than 150 of the 271 stores in the United States had reopened, though, as of this week, 77 retail locations that had reopened have been closed once again.

Deirdre O’Brien, Apple’s Vice President of Retail and People, insisted that Apple would not hesitate to close stores again if additional outbreaks demanded it. “These are not decisions we rush into – and a store opening in no way means that we won’t take the preventative step of closing it again should local conditions warrant,” O’Brien said.