Apple reopens its stores in Madrid more than three months after closing them

Apple has reopened this week three of the four stores that the company has in the Community of Madrid, including the one located in Puerta del Sol. The premises were opened on November 17, almost three months after the closure that occurred on August 21 due to the expansion of the coronavirus in the region. The establishments in Zaragoza, Murcia and Valladolid continue to be completely closed due to the health crisis.

The only one that remains closed in the Community of Madrid is the one in the store in the Xanadú shopping center, in Arroyomolinos. The reopening will not be complete, since it will only be possible to go to the establishments by appointment in some ‘stans’ placed at the entrance of the stores.

The company has reported that it is not possible to access the premises to look at products, or to go to technical service. “The store is open to collect products purchased online and to receive technical support by appointment, but we cannot serve clients who come without an appointment. We hope to return to operating normally as soon as possible “, you can read on the company’s website.

Closed premises

Other cities, such as Zaragoza, Murcia and Valladolid, still have their stores closed. The one that has been without activity for the longest is Puerto Venecia, in Zaragoza, which closed on August 7. Those of Valladolid and Murcia closed on September 23. Other stores of the brand that have never been closed are those in Barcelona or Valencia. The one in the La Cañada commercial park, in Marbella, is also open again.


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