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Apple is checking customers' temperatures at its stores in Beijing because of the coronavirus outbreak

14 days ago   |   By Business Insider

After closing its stores and offices in China because of the coronavirus outbreak, Apple reopened some of its Beijing stores on Friday under limited hours.
But the company is checking customers' temperatures before they enter the store, according to CNBC reporter Eunice Yoon .
Apple confirmed to Business Insider that it's conducting temperature checks at its stores in Beijing, and is advising customers to wear a mask and prepare for a temperature check before entering the store.
The COVID-19 virus, as it's now known, has killed more than 1,300 people and infected more than 64,000 people in...
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Watch as Apple employees check the temperature of Beijing store customers

Watch as Apple employees check the temperature of Beijing store customers

14 days ago   |   By iMore

Beijing's stores have reopened with limited hours.
What you need to know
Apple has reopened its Beijing stores.
A video shows customers having their temperatures checked before entering.
Despite the reopening, the store looks incredibly quiet.
A video has emerged from Apple's Sanlitun store in Beijing following its reopening, showing customers entering the store wearing masks and having their temperature checked.
Apple has reopened its Beijing stores after a period of closure due to concerns regarding the coronavirus outbreak. Apple closed some of its stores following its Q4 earnings call...
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