Apple reopens all stores closed in China due to coronavirus outbreak

Since the beginning of February, 42 stores in China have been closed.

Apple logo at the entrance to the 5th Avenue New York store Mike Segar, Reuters

Apple resumed 42 stores closed due to the outbreak of the coronavirus Covid-19. About this writes Bloomberg with reference to a company representative.

Shops began to open last week. By Friday, 38 of them opened. The last four resumed their work on March 13 at 09:00 Moscow time.

Apple closed its stores in China in early February. Because of this, the company was forced to adjust its revenue this year, because China is the third largest market for the company.

On March 12, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced the closure of bars, restaurants and shops (except grocery) as part of the fight against coronavirus. In this regard, Apple suspended the work of 17 stores in the country.

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