Apple to start reopening stores in Japan this week

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) will re-open its two stores in two places at Fukuoka and Nagoya Sakae in Japan on May 27, according to the company’s retail website.

Dates for re-beginning of the balance 8 stores have now not been published yet.

The company has already reopened stores in Australia, Germany, Austria, South Korea, Switzerland and some stores in Italy and the U.S. Taking its open keep tally to 148 out of 510 stores.

Customers will ought to comply with social-distancing rules, be required to post a temperature check and wear a mask before entering.

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