Apple Stores around the world slowly closed down during the peak of the coronavirus and are now, slowly reopening again. In early May, Apple reopened its only store in Austria, a few days later Apple reopened some of its stores in Germany, and a few weeks ago the stores in Italy started to open again.

Starting this week, Apple is going to be starting to reopen its stores in Japan. Mark Gurman from Bloomberg reported that Apple’s website says that the stores Fukuoka and Nagoya Sakae are due to open again on the 27th May. Apple has eight other stores across the country and dates for these are yet unknown.

Like other stores which have reopened, Apple is going to be limiting the amount of people allowed in at one time as well as checking peoples temperature. Social distancing will be taking place and masks will be used.

Source: Bloomberg

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