As the number of COVID-19 cases increases, Apple is closing its stores in New York City

Apple Inc. The logo appeared in the lobby of New York City’s premier Apple Store on January 18, 2011. REUTERS / Mike Segar / File Photo

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December 27 (Reuters) – Apple Inc (AAPL.O) On Monday, 12 retail stores in New York City closed due to an increase in Covit-19 cases as the Omigron variant spread across the United States.

An Apple spokesman said customers could pick up orders online at stores.

Closed stores include stores on Fifth Avenue, Grand Central and Soho.

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Earlier this month, Apple announced that it had temporarily closed three stores in the United States and Canada following an increase in Covid-19 cases and an increase in exposure among store employees.

For the same reason, Apple has ordered all its customers and employees to wear masks at its US retail stores.

Globally, concerns about the Omigron variant have prompted major companies to tighten their regulations.

A growing number of cases have been re-enacted by the U.S. Court of Appeals earlier this month, reaffirming the COVID-19 National Immunization or Testing Ordinance for Large Businesses, which includes 80 million U.S. workers. Opponents of the move rushed to the Supreme Court to intervene. (

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Report by Chavi Mehta and Don Similevsky in Bangalore; Editing by Maju Samuel

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