What you need to know
- Apple is reopening three more retail stores.
- The stores are all located in the United Arab Emirates.
- They'll reopen on June 8, with the usual set of Apple safety measures.
Apple has today announced that it will reopen its three stores in the United Arab Emirates from Monday, June 8.
In a statement to the Khaleej Times Apple said:
As noted, Apple has three stores in the UAE, Apple Yas Mall in Abu Dhabi, Apple Dubai Mall, and Apple Mall of the Emirates, also in Dubai.
All three stores now show that they will reopen on June 8 at 11 am local time. As per other reopenings worldwide, the stores will operate limited, special stores hours and extra measures including:
- Limiting store occupancy
- Face coverings (provided)
- Contactless temperature checks
- Social distancing
- Continuous deep cleaning
Apple has reopened nearly 100 stores worldwide following periods of extended closures across the entire globe. Earlier this week Apple announced that it would reopen the last of its 17 Italian Apple stores, the first to close outside of China in one of the hardest hit regions in the world.
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