Apple temporarily closing locations in California amid of COVID-19 cases

Apple is incidentally shutting down all stores in California in the midst of a progressing flood of COVID-19 cases in the state.

Every one of the 53 stores will be covered until additional notification because of California’s disturbing ascent in hospitalization, Apple said in an articulation to media.

“Because of current Covid-19 conditions in a portion of the networks we serve, we are briefly shutting down stores in these regions,” an Apple representative told the source.

“We make this stride with a bounty of alert as we intently screen the circumstance and we anticipate having our groups and clients back at the earliest opportunity.”

Clients will at present have the option to get existing on the web arranges and go to planned technical support arrangements.

The uncommon move comes after the tech monster shut down its stores in Los Angeles, source announced Friday.

The Apple closures follow an inauspicious achievement for Southern California, where wellbeing authorities there said Thursday that the district has run out ICU beds for patients.

California has seen more than 1,800,000 affirmed Covid cases, and in excess of 22,400 passings as Saturday night, as per the state’s COVID-19 dashboard.

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