Apple Anticipates Reopening Some Stores in the First Half of April

Apple Anticipates Reopening Some Stores in the First Half of April

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Apple has told staff that it anticipates reopening some of its stores in the first half of April, reports Bloomberg. The company has also extended remote work abilities for many employees through April 5th.

In a recent memo to employees, Senior Vice President of People and Retail Deirdre O’Brien revealed that the company is planning to stagger the reopening of stores.

“For all of our retail stores outside of Greater China, we will reopen our stores on a staggered basis. At this time, we anticipate some stores may be able to open in the first half of April depending on the conditions in their community,” O’Brien wrote. “We will provide updates for each store as soon as specific dates are established.”

O'Brien also confirmed that remote work would be extended into April.

“In all our offices outside of Greater China, we are extending flexible work arrangements for all team members -- outside of those whose work requires them to be onsite -- through at least April 5, which will then be reevaluated weekly depending on your location,” O’Brien told staff.

The SVP emphasized that Apple is "putting the health of our teams, customers, and communities first."

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