Covid-19: Apple shops in Dubai closed quickly as security precaution – Information


The iPhone maker presently operates three shops within the UAE – one every in Dubai Mall, Mall of the Emirates and Yas Mall



Printed: Mon 10 Jan 2022, 10:16 AM

Final up to date: Tue 11 Jan 2022, 12:33 AM

Apple’s two shops in Dubai have been closed quickly for the purchasers’ security and its staff to assist curb the Covid-19 pandemic.

The iPhone maker presently operates three shops within the UAE in Dubai Mall, Mall of the Emirates, and Yas Mall. The outlet in Yas Mall, Abu Dhabi, stays operational.

The US know-how large mentioned its Dubai shops are closed until Thursday, January 13.

“Our shops in Dubai are quickly closed until January 13. We take this step out of an abundance of warning for everybody’s well being and wellbeing, and we look ahead to having our groups and clients again as quickly as doable,” Apple spokesperson mentioned in a press release to Khaleej Instances on Monday.

The New York Instances reported on December 27, 2021, that round 20 Apple retail shops have been closed on account of a wave of Covid-19 instances amongst its iPhone maker’s staff. Whereas a number of the shops have been precautionarily closed to guard staff and clients in opposition to the pandemic.

The UAE on Sunday reported 2,759 instances of the Covid-19, 913 recoveries and one demise. The instances crossed the two,700 mark for the second time in January 2022.



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