The Apple Store in the United Arab Emirates will reopen on June 8

The pandemic of COVID-19 has forced Apple to close almost all of its Apple Stores around the world, as a precautionary measure to reduce the infection of the coronavirus. In the context of an ongoing program to re-open all its Stores, the attention of Apple now turns to the United Arab Emirates.

On June 8, Apple will re-open a true stores in the Country, reports the Khaleej Times, the Dubai Mall, Mall of the Emirates and Yas Mall. Even if each of the shopping malls have their own opening times and safety precautions, all three of the retail spaces of Apple will be open all day from 11 am to 19:30 local time.

As with other stores, the three stores will adopt a series of new measures in place to prevent the further spread of the virus. Customers will be asked questions on your health before to enter the interior, with the masks that must be worn by customers and employees of the shop. In addition, customers may also have to wait outside the store to get access because only a limited number of persons will be authorized at a time.

Are currently open 142 of 239 stores in the world, 145 once opened offices in the United Arab Emirates. After Monday, only seven countries Apple does not yet have reopened its Apple Stores, including 20 stores in France and 38 in the United Kingdom.