Sunday, January 2, 2022

All Apple Stores In New York City Have Closed Due To COVID-19

Due to an increase in COVID-19 cases around the world as a result of the Omicron variant, some corporations are closing their retail locations once again. After temporarily closing other stores across the US and Canada, Apple has now decided to close all of its stores in New York City.

All Apple Stores in New York City were partially closed on Monday, as Bloomberg's Mark Gurman originally reported. Customers will no longer be able to visit the stores, but they will be able to pick up online orders in-store. The following is a list of recently shuttered retail locations:

Apple closed seven more stores last week due to the spread of COVID-19 among staff in Atlanta, Houston, and New Hampshire. Other Apple Stores in Miami, Maryland, and Ottawa were shuttered earlier this month because of the epidemic. When 10% of a store's employees test positive for COVID-19, the corporation usually closes it down.

Apple has also reintroduced the mask-wearing requirement in all of its US retail locations. According to the corporation, it is "frequently monitoring [COVID-19] situations" to determine which stores should be shuttered to "help the well-being of customers and employees."

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