Apple employees heading back to the office or to Apple Stores will reportedly have to comply with a new COVID-19 company policy. Vaccinated and unvaccinated employees may be required to take, with the latter receiving them frequently.
Starting next month, a new Apple policy will require vaccinated employees to "infrequently" get tested for COVID when entering certain spaces, according to a report from The Verge on Friday. Unvaccinated employees, on the other hand, will reportedly face "frequent testing" to enter those same spaces.
Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
Last month, the iPhone maker changed itsdue to the recent surge of coronavirus cases driven by the . Apple, like other tech companies such as and , had employees work remotely for most of the pandemic.
President Joe Biden said last week that he'd have the Department of Labor implement a. The specifics of the policy will come from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration sometime soon.