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Apple’s return to work has been postponed indefinitely, according to reports.

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According to the source, Apple has postponed its return to work plans indefinitely, and the company has temporarily closed three locations in the United States and Canada due to an increase in COVID-19 instances and exposures among store staff.

According to the source, the company’s employees were previously scheduled to return to work on February 1, citing a memo received by Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook.

Concerns about the fast-spreading Omicron coronavirus strain have stymied numerous companies’ ambitions to resume normal operations.

According to a source, Google notified its employees that they would lose salary and potentially be fired if they did not follow the company’s vaccination regulations, while JP Morgan Chase has urged its unvaccinated employees in Manhattan to work from home.

Apple’s retail closures in Miami, Annapolis, Maryland, and Ottawa came just one day after the company resumed its policy mandating all customers in its US stores to wear masks.

According to the corporation, all staff at the three stores will be tested before the outlets reopen.

Apple’s retail closures in Miami, Annapolis, Maryland, and Ottawa came just one day after the company resumed its policy mandating all customers in its US stores to wear masks.

Throughout the pandemic, Apple has temporarily closed certain stores throughout the world as coronavirus-related lockdowns were implemented and lifted.

COVID-19 new cases have been reported in parts of Canada and the United States, with the Canadian authorities urging Canadians not to leave the country on Wednesday.

 

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