COVID-19 prompts temporary Apple store closure in Brickell

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MIAMI – The Apple store at Brickell City Center had a sign on display at the door on Wednesday.

“Our retail stores are closed until further notice.”

The closure comes a day after the company reinstated a face mask mandate at all of the stores in the country.

This is the sign at the entrance of the Apple Store in Miami's Brickell City Center. (Copyright 2020 by WPLG - All rights reserved.)

The Miami location is just one of three to close over COVID-19 cases, Bloomberg News reported. The two other stores closed are in Ottawa, Ontario, and Annapolis, Md.

The store employees will have to undergo testing before the store reopens.

The Apple stores at Dadeland Mall and Lincoln Road remain open.

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