(ZEROHEDGE) – Most major Wall Street firms are officially “over” Covid and are setting Labor Day 2022 as the deadline for workers returning to the office.
Morgan Stanley has been leading the push this week, with Fox Business’ Charlie Gasparino reporting on Tuesday that the company is ending all Covid testing and other monitoring/mitigation requirements by September 5.
A company-wide memo recommended that “all employees return to the office, barring certain individual health situations,” according to Fox News. It was also reported this week by the NY Post that Goldman Sachs was taking similar measures.
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