Apple will have COVID-19 tests, temperature level checks as employees go back to workplaces, report states


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Apple’s Apple Park head office in Cupertino, California, in less socially distanced times. 

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Apple is getting ready to bring more of its workers back to its workplaces, with a brand-new report from Bloomberg detailing what employees at the tech huge in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. 

According to the report, Apple will need all workers to use masks, will do temperature level checks and use optional coronavirus tests. The business will likewise shut down “many break-room kitchens” and limitation elevators to 2 workers at a time at its Apple Park head office in Cupertino, California, in order to restrict the spread of the infection. 

Apple, Bloomberg notes, started having some employees go back to the school in May. 

Apple did not right away react to an ask for remark. 

The iPhone-maker is among a host of significant tech business to start bringing workers back to the workplace. Facebook and Google formerly revealed strategies to start resuming their particular schools around July 6, though both tech giants will restrict capability and enable most workers to work from house through completion of the year. 

Microsoft and Amazon, on the other hand, will keep the majority of their workers working from another location up until a minimum of October.

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