Apple extends its rejoining dates amidst rising cases


According to individuals acquainted with the situation, Apple is putting back its return to office date by at least a month to October at the earliest, in response to a comeback of Covid-19 versions in several countries.
As Covid-19 persists across the world and instances with a highly transmissible strain rise, Apple becomes one of the first US tech behemoths to postpone plans for returning to normalcy.
Before requiring workers to return to work, Apple will give them at least a month’s notice, according to the individuals who asked not to be identified because they discussed internal policy.
Last month, Apple CEO Tim Cook stated that staff should return to work for at least three days a week in early September. Mr. Cook noted the availability of vaccines and falling illness rates in an internal message. During the Covid-19 epidemic, certain Apple workers worked from their Cupertino, California-based headquarters on specific days.
Even though half of the population has been vaccinated, Covid-19 kills more people than firearms, traffic accidents, and influenza combined, according to a Bloomberg analysis of mortality data. The highly transmissible Delta form generates a fresh increase in Covid-19 fatalities after ten weeks of worldwide reductions. Health experts in the United States have cautioned that a similar shift might be underway.


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