Apple will temporarily close retail stores in Los Angeles due to a surge in local coronavirus cases and inadequate response capacity in ICUs in the region. On its website, apple said it would close two physical stores on Friday, December 18, and 11 retail stores on Saturday, December 19. The company did not provide a timetable for when the stores would reopen. Here’s a complete list of closed stores: < / P > < p > the number of covid-19 cases continues to rise in California, where 45058 cases were reported on December 17. Los Angeles, in particular, has become a hot spot in recent weeks. The entire southern California region is under a revised foot ban, which was triggered by a drop in hospital ICU capacity to less than 15%. As of December 18, the capacity of ICU in this area has been reduced to 0%. < p > < p > Los Angeles has stricter foot bans, but will not shut down businesses that provide essential goods to work at home. In other words, Apple has not been prompted by the local government to close its retail outlets. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today