CUPERTINO (CBS SF) — Cupertino-based Apple has temporarily closed all of their retail stores in California amid the pandemic.

According to the Apple website the 53 stores statewide are temporarily closed.

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Customers with pre-scheduled appointments for in-store pickups, Genius Bar appointments and previously reserved one-on-one shopping sessions with a specialist will be able to visit stores through Tuesday.

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All online services are available and most Apple products are available at Apple-authorized retailers, such as Best Buy, Costco and Target.

Apple did not immediately return e-mails seeking comment Saturday.

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