Apple is temporarily shutting down all of its California retail stores, as the COVID-19 outbreak becomes dire throughout the state.
Apple Inc has temporarily shut all of its 53 stores in California amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, a spokesman said on Saturday, expanding previously announced closures.
The company said on Friday it was temporarily shutting some stores in California following a surge in COVID-19 cases in the state, sending the iPhone maker's shares down in trading after the bell. That announcement covered at least 12 stores.
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