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Apple to Open All its Stores in Japan by Midweek
Apple Inc.'s 10 stores in Japan will be open by Wednesday, a week after the company had resumed sales at two of them.
The company's stores in Motesando, Ginza, and Shibuya are all reopening with the biggest and latest outlets in Marunouchi.
Japan is one of Apple's biggest markets.
Apple reiterated that its stores in Japan would implement social distancing, the use of masks by staff and customers, and temperature checks at the door.
Apple has reopened stores in Austria, Australia, Germany, South Korea, Switzerland, and some stores in the US and Italy.
Japan has gradually lifted its state of emergency last month and brought students in Tokyo back to school at the start of this week.