MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Apple on Monday unveiled its reopening plan in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The tech store says face coverings will be required for all team members and shoppers. If customers do not have one they will be provided with one.

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In addition, Apple says temperature checks will be conducted at the door, along with a set of health questions to screen for symptoms — like cough or fever — or if a customer has been exposed to someone infected with COVID-19.

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Apple says its stores will also be doing routine deep cleanings throughout the day.

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Currently, there are five Apple stores in Minnesota. As of writing, all of them remain temporarily closed. To find a store near you click here.