These are the Apple Stores that re-closed due to COVID-19 spikes

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Due to a resurgence in COVID-19 infections across many U.S. states, Apple announced on July 1 that it has re-closed or is soon closing a total of 77 stores, just weeks after they were reopened. Here's which Apple Stores have re-closed.

Apple first shuttered all of its Apple Store locations in March due to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus. In May, the Cupertino tech giant began to cautiously reopen select Apple Stores across the U.S. with new social distancing, sanitation and mask requirements.

Since mid-June, however, cases of COVID-19 have been on the rise across in more than 20 states. That has prompted some local governments to reverse their original reopening plans and Apple to re-shutter some of the locations that it had reopened since the global health crisis.

Although many Apple Stores remain open, the situation is fluid and likely to change as time goes on.

The list below lists stores re-closed as of July 9.

Apple Stores re-closed in the United States

  • Alabama
    • The Summit, Birmingham
  • California
    • Brea Mall, Brea
    • Los Cerritos, Cerritos
    • Topanga, Canoga Park
    • South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa
    • The Americana at Brand, Glendale
    • Glendale Galleria, Glendale
    • Irvine Spectrum Center, Irvine
    • Beverly Center, Los Angeles
    • Century City, Los Angeles
    • The Grove, Los Angeles
    • Manhattan Village, Manhattan Beach
    • Mission Viejo
    • Fashion Island, Newport Beach
    • Northridge
    • El Paseo Village, Palm Desert
    • Pasadena
    • Victoria Gardens, Rancho Cucamonga
    • State Street, Santa Barbara
    • Third St. Promenade, Santa Monica
    • Sherman Oaks
    • Promenade Temecula, Temecula
    • The Oaks, Thousand Oaks
    • Valencia Town Center, Valencia
  • Florida
    • Altamonte Springs
    • Apple St. Johns Town Center, Jacksonville
    • Aventura
    • Boca Raton
    • Brandon
    • Coconut Point, Estero
    • The Galleria, Fort Lauderdale
    • Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
    • Brickell City Centre, Miami
    • Dadeland, Miami
    • The Falls, Miami
    • Florida Mall, Orlando
    • Millenia, Orlando
    • The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens
    • International Plaza, Tampa
    • University Town Center, Sarasota
    • Waterside Shops, Naples
    • Wellington Green, Wellington
  • Georgia
    • Cumberland Mall, Atlanta
    • Perimeter, Atlanta
    • Lenox Square, Atlanta
    • Avalon, Alpharetta
    • Mall of Georgia, Buford
  • Idaho
    • Boise Towne Square, Boise
  • Louisiana
    • Baton Rouge
    • Lakeside Shopping Center, Metairie
  • Maryland
    • Columbia
  • Nevada
    • Fashion Show, Las Vegas
    • The Forum Shops, Las Vegas
    • Town Square, Las Vegas
    • Summerlin, Las Vegas
  • Ohio
    • Kenwood Towne Centre, Cincinnati
  • Oklahoma
    • Penn Square, Oklahoma City
    • Woodland Hills, Tulsa
  • Tennessee
    • CoolSprings Galleria, Franklin
  • Texas
    • Barton Creek, Austin
    • Domain Northside, Austin
    • Galleria Dallas, Dallas
    • Knox Street, Dallas
    • NorthPark Center, Dallas
    • Cielo Vista Mall, El Paso
    • Baybrook, Friendswood
    • First Colony Mall, Sugar Land
    • Highland Village, Houston
    • Houston Galleria, Houston
    • Memorial City, Houston
    • Willowbrook Mall, Houston
    • The Woodlands, Woodlands
    • University Park Village, Fort Worth
    • La Cantera, San Antonio
    • North Star, San Antonio
    • Southlake Town Square, Southlake
  • Arizona
    • Arrowhead, Glendale
    • Chandler Fashion Center, Chandler
    • La Encantada, Tucson
    • SanTan Village, Gilbert
    • Scottsdale Fashion Square, Scottsdale
    • Scottsdale Quarter, Scottsdale
  • North Carolina
    • Northlake Mall, Charlotte
    • Southpark, Charlotte
  • South Carolina
    • Haywood Mall, Greenville
  • Mississippi
    • Renaissance at Colony Park, Ridgeland
  • Utah
    • Station Park, Farmington
    • Fashion Place, Murray
    • City Creek Center, Salt Lake City
 

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