Google seeks to vaccinate all its employees against Covid-19


Google said that it will require the vaccination of all its employees who work in offices against the Covid-19 in a measure resorted to by an increasing number of public companies in the United States. The group’s managing director, Sundar Pichai said in a statement that this measure will be applied in the coming weeks in the United States before being expanded to other regions of the world in the coming months noting that the measure will not include countries where vaccines are not readily available.

Pichai said, vaccination is one of the most important ways for us and our communities to stay healthy.

Google said, it would soon provide details about exceptions to this procedure for people who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons or specific population groups.

At the end of March 2020, Google closed most of its buildings and asked its employees to work from home. Yesterday, Wednesday, the date for the official return to the offices was postponed to October 18, after it was on the first of September.

As of this day, it is assumed that about eighty percent of employees will return to work physically on the company's premises, at least three days a week. The group planned that about twenty percent of its employees would continue to work at home.


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