Apple is shutting down 11 stores over the United States in zones where coronavirus cases are starting to spike once more.

The organization reported Friday that it will shade the stores in Florida, Arizona, North Carolina and South Carolina that had as of late re-opened.

“Because of current COVID-19 conditions in a portion of the networks we serve, we are briefly shutting down stores in these regions,” the organization said in an announcement. “We make this stride with a wealth of alert as we intently screen the circumstance and we anticipate having our groups and clients back at the earliest opportunity.”

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Every one of the four of the states where Apple is shutting down its stores have seen spikes in cases lately.

Apple had started re-opening stores in the U.S. in May with wellbeing safety measures including temperature checks and a veil necessity.

“The reaction to COVID‑19 is as yet continuous, and we perceive that the street back will have its exciting bends in the road,” Apple retail head Dierdre O’Brien said at that point, recognizing stores may must be shut again if cases rose.