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Amazon postpones return to in-office work until January 2022

As of now, Amazon isn't mandating employees be vaccinated following the change.

News 12 Staff

Aug 6, 2021, 12:29 PM

Updated 1,051 days ago

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Amazon announced it is postponing returning to in-office work for corporate employees until January 2022. The company had planned to have employees return after Labor Day on Sept. 7, but those plans are being pushed back due to the rise in coronavirus cases and the delta variant. As of now, Amazon isn't mandating employees be vaccinated following the change.
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