PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Apple is temporarily closing its stores amid the Coronavirus pandemic.

Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the news early Saturday morning.

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Cook announced that all Apple Store locations outside of Greater China would be closing for two weeks.

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Local stores affected include:

  • South Hills Village
  • Ross Park Mall
  • Shadyside
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