Sandra Brown 10/30/2020
Apple due to quarantine closes its stores in France
Apple is temporarily closing most of its 20 retail outlets in France as the country prepares to reintroduce a nationwide quarantine in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The closure from October 30 will be temporary.
Under the new quarantine restrictions in France, businesses, restaurants, and cafes will be closed to visitors. Restrictions also apply to Apple establishments.
Apple stores in France closed temporarily for the first time in March and reopened on June 9.
As of October 29, only 18 Apple outlets outside of France remain temporarily closed.
All 509 active Apple locations have reopened at least once since closing at the start of the pandemic.
TAGS: APPLE, FRANCE, QUARANTINE