Apple continues to slowly reopen its retail stores around the world, reopening locations as local conditions allow. All 20 locations in France unshuttered on Tuesday, while several locations in the Netherlands and Sweden will reopen today.
More than 300 of Apple’s 510 retail stores have reopened worldwide, says a report by 9to5Mac, although some U.S. locations closed again due to the anti-racism protests across the country. Stores remain closed in the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec, as well as in the United Kingdom, Brazil, and Singapore.
Apple has put enhanced health and safety measures in place in the reopened stores, including social distancing and reduced operating hours. The Cupertino firm is requiring all employees and customers to wear a mask while inside the store and will supply masks to customers that do not have their own. Some stores will only offer storefront or curbside sales and service.