JPMorgan Chase on Monday told its U.S. employees that the bank was rolling back several coronavirus precautions as cases continue to drop.
Wearing a mask at corporate buildings will be “completely voluntary” for workers starting today, regardless of their vaccination status, the bank said in the memo. Next month, the bank will stop mandatory testing for unvaccinated workers and will open up hiring to the unvaccinated, it added.
Two years after sending employees home en masse in the early days of the pandemic, corporations are preparing for the return to office life. Coronavirus cases and hospitalizations across the U.S. have plummeted after reaching peaks during the winter, allowing…