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Apple re-closing Florida stores due to COVID-19 spikes

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A recent spike in confirmed coronavirus cases has motivated a number of stores across the country to reconsider operations and Apple is no different.

Apple has decided to shut down 11 stores that it had opened as early as last week in states like Arizona, Florida, and North and South Carolina, as early as June 20. Those four states recently saw the highest seven-day average of new infections

The Florida locations affected include Waterside Shops in Naples and Coconut Point in Estero.

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A recent spike in confirmed coronavirus cases has motivated a number of stores across the country to reconsider operations and Apple is no different.

Apple has decided to shut down 11 stores that it had opened as early as last week in states like Arizona, Florida, and North and South Carolina, as early as June 20. Those four states recently saw the highest seven-day average of new infections

The Florida locations affected include Waterside Shops in Naples and Coconut Point in Estero.