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Apple eases COVID-19 policies to encourage returning to the office

Apple will ease its COVID-19 policies for employees

Apple is changing its corporate worker COVID-19 policy and will no longer require employees to get tested before entering the office.

Recent news from Platformer‘s Zoe Schiffer reveals that Apple will reportedly stop mandating employees to test before coming to work, starting on January 30. The company will also roll back its special sick leave policy, which previously allowed unlimited sick leave for workers experiencing covid symptoms.

Due to the changing policy, it’s possible that Apple will return to hosting its traditional in-person events for WWDC and other keynotes. Since 2020, the company has recorded and released its events online to combat the spread of COVID-19.


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