The Apple Highcross in the British city of Leicester will reopen on Wednesday, which will be the first time in every country Apple retail Since the start of the lockdown on the UK due to the global health crisis in March, UK stores have opened.
After public health officials expressed concern about the alarming increase in the city’s coronavirus infection rate, Leicester became the first city in the UK to be blocked by the local government on June 29.
At the time, Leicester accounted for 10% of all positive infections in the country, and the 7-day incidence was three times that of the second-highest city. Now, the rate is less than half of the rate when the additional restrictions were imposed.
Following the gradual relaxation of the city’s lockdown restrictions, non-essential shops in Leicester’s Highcross shopping centre opened on Monday. Security measures are still in place, including a one-way system at the center, and clear signs throughout the center, reminding everyone to maintain social distancing and avoid mass shopping.
Apple Highcross will reopen tomorrow (again) as Leicester’s lockdown measures have been relaxed. This will be the first time every British Apple Store has opened since March. pic.twitter.com/KMgge0Pj8I
-Michael Steeber (@MichaelSteeber) July 28, 2020
As far as Apple is concerned, it continues to provide masks to customers and checks its temperature in all physical stores where it restricts check-in. Also pay attention to Genius support and Apple’s one-to-one personalized services.