Apple (AAPL) is gearing up to reopen even more stores with a series of restrictions in place during the coronavirus pandemic.

The tech company has plans to reopen about 25 additional stores this week, Mac 9 to 5 reported. Reopened locations will offer in-store pick up, drop off, and Genius Bar appointments with a reservation.

Stores that will reopen are located in the states of California, Washington, Florida, Colorado, Hawaii, and Oklahoma, the news outlet said. Apple has already reopened a number of stores in Idaho, South Caroline, Alabama, and Alaska last week.

Apple stores that will reopen will have a number of restrictions that customers will have to follow. Customers will have to undergo a temperature check before entering a store and will be required to wear a face mask. Apple will be providing face masks to customers that do not have one, and all employees will also be required to wear face masks.

The stores will also have a capacity limit, and enhanced cleaning procedures will be occurring on products and high-touch point areas to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The company will also be practicing social distancing.

“The response to COVID‑19 is still ongoing, and we recognize that the road back will have its twists and turns,” Deirdre O'Brien, senior vice president of Retail and People at Apple, said in a blog post. “But whatever challenges lie ahead, COVID‑19 has only reinforced our faith in people — in our teams, in our customers, in our communities.

“Down the road, when we reflect on COVID‑19, we should always remember how so many people around the world put the well‑being of others at the center of their daily lives. At Apple, we plan to carry those values forward, and we will always put the health and safety of our customers and teams above all else,” she added.

Apple said it has reopened about 100 stores globally. In addition, to the stores reopening in the U.S., Apple has already reopened 12 locations in Canada and another 10 stores in Italy, Business Insider reported. All 42 of Apple’s mainland China stores reportedly reopened on March 13.

Shares of Apple stock were up 1.36% as of 10:00 a.m. EDT on Monday.