Apple temporarily closes stores in North Texas due to the surge in COVID-19

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DALLAS – Apple has closed its stores in Texas and other parts of the country accusing a spate of COVID-19 cases.

According to FOX Business, Apple’s most recent closures affect more than two dozen stores in North Carolina, Georgia and Texas.

In Texas, 16 of the 17 stores will be closed for at least a week. This includes all five locations in North Texas: three in Dallas, one in Fort Worth, and one in Southlake.

“Due to the current conditions of COVID-19 in some of the communities we serve, we are temporarily closing stores in these areas,” an Apple spokesperson told FOX Business in a statement. “We take this step very cautiously as we monitor the situation closely and look forward to getting our teams and customers back as soon as possible.”

Apple closed all 53 stores in California in mid-December as the spread of COVI-19 began to grow rapidly.

Customers are reportedly still able to collect orders on the sidewalk indoors.

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