Apple begins opening stores in Europe and Australia after quarantine

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Austrians and Australians will be able to visit the Apple Store in the near future.

Currently, the Apple Store only works in China and South Korea. But recently, Tim Cook said that the company's branded stores will begin to reopen in other locations "soon." The first countries, taking into account the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, were Austria and Australia. According to the resource information Heute, the first Apple Store in Vienna will open today, May 5th.

At first, the stores will operate with a number of restrictions: a shorter work schedule, physical distance, regular disinfection, etc.

As for Australia, there the Apple Store will open on May 7. The company notes that 21 out of 22 stores will work again. The exception will be Apple Sydney, which was closed in January for renovation work. It will be launched later.

Sources: Heute, 9to5mac, GSM Arena

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