Apple’s new COVID-19 policy requires vaccinations to skip ‘frequent’ testing

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Apple Requires Masks Be Worn At Most Stores After New CDC Recommendations
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Starting next month, Apple will “infrequently” test vaccinated employees who come into its offices and stores for COVID-19. Unvaccinated employees will have to get frequent testing. Apple CEO Tim Cook and senior vice president of retail and people Deirdre O’Brien announced the new policy during an all-hands meeting reported by The Verge today.

The company’s updated guidelines appear to line up with the OSHA standards that will be established as a result of the Biden Administration’s push to increase vaccination rates. Those standards say companies of 100 people or more must require either immunization or weekly testing.

Apple recently pushed back the date when it expects employees to return to its office in response to a surge of cases...

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