Apple is pressing back its return-to-office date forever, Bloomberg and The New York Times reported, pointing out an internal memo from CEO Tim Cook.

Cook stated the relocation is because of an international boost in COVID-19 cases and the spread of the Omicron version, according to the reports. Apple personnel were set to go back to the workplace in February however Cook stated it'' s now on a “” date yet to be identified,” ” according to the reports.

Cook likewise revealed a $1,000 bonus offer in the memo for staff members for work-from-home requirements, according to the reports. Retail employees will get the benefit also, Bloomberg included.

Apple'' s hold-up of its back-to-office strategy follows those at other significant tech business —– consisting of Google and Facebook moms and dad business Meta —– due to unpredictability over the Omicron variation of the coronavirus.

Apple has likewise momentarily closed 3 shops, in Miami, Annapolis, and Ottawa amidst a spike in COVID-19 cases. According to its site, the Miami shop is set to resume on Friday and the Ottawa and Annapolis shops will resume operations on Saturday.

Earlier today, Apple renewed a mask required for consumers and staff members at all United States shops.

Apple did not right away react to Insider'' s ask for remark.

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