Apple to reopen some stores in United States

Apple Incorporated plans to reopen about 100 U.S. stores, mostly with curbside pickup but some with walk-in service.

The company made the announcement yesterday.

Apple shuttered stores worldwide as the coronavirus pandemic spread but has slowly opened them based on local health data. 

Earlier this month, the company reopened a handful of  stores in Alaska, Idaho and Alabama.

Under Apple's new procedures, stores with walk-in service will require customers and employees to undergo temperature checks and wear masks before entering. 

Apple will provide masks to customers who have none. 

Social-distancing rules will limit the number of  people in the store at one time, which Apple said could create delays for walk-in customers.

Apple plans to allow customers to handle display products, as before.

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