NEW YORK — Apple is temporarily closing its stores in the city due to the surge in COVID-19 cases.

The closures include outlets at Fifth Avenue, Grand Central and SoHo.

Stores are still allowing city residents to place orders online and pick them up in-person.

Apple says it will continue to regularly monitor and adjust its health measures moving forward.

Meanwhile, investment bank Goldman Sachs will be putting new vaccination and testing requirements in place in the new year. 

Starting February 1, anyone entering the bank's offices must now show proof of a COVID-19 booster shot.

That goes for employees and visitors.

In the meantime, anyone who enters its offices will also have to submit to testing twice a week.