Last week, Apple, Xiaomi and other companies closed their stores.
During the coronavirus outbreak in China, many companies make various efforts to avoid massive crowds and the possible spread of the virus.
Samsung’s largest flagship store in China today released an official statement on its closure. After a thorough analysis of the situation and, based on the recommendations of health experts, Samsung decided to suspend the store. So far – for a week, until February 9th.
Samsung said the company will closely monitor the situation and hopes to reopen the store as soon as possible. Buyers are advised to use the online store. Samsung’s largest flagship store called The Bund is located on Nanjing East Road, Shanghai. It opened on October 18 last year.
It is worth noting that last week Apple, Xiaomi and other companies closed their stores.