McDonald’s delays return to work for office workers, will require vaccination

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People wear protective face masks outside McDonald's in Union Square as the city continues Phase 4 of re-opening following restrictions imposed to slow the spread of coronavirus on July 30, 2020 in New York City.Noam Galai | Getty ImagesMcDonald's on Wednesday told its corporate workforce that it is pushing back the reopening of its offices by more than a month and requiring staff to be fully vaccinated.The fast-food giant joins a number of other employers, including Coca-Cola and Amazon, in delaying their return to the office or requiring their workers to be fully vaccinated, as concerns over the highly contagious delta variant grow. Earlier on Wednesday, the New York Stock Exchange announced it would require traders to be fully vaccinated by Sept. 13 to access the trading floor. While it is possible for inoculated people to get Covid-19, breakthrough cases are extremely rare, and the primary risk is with unvaccinated populations.McDonald's is pushing back its reopening date
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