Facebook sets May reopening date for California offices
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Facebook announced Friday that it will reopen select Bay Area offices up to 10% capacity in May if the situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic continues to improve.
The company plans to reopen its Menlo Park, California, office starting May 10 followed by its San Francisco, Fremont and Sunnyvale offices on a rolling basis. However, its San Francisco office is expected to reopen last, around mid-June.
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By mid-May, the social media behemoth expects the coronavirus vaccine to be even more widely available across the country.
Still, Facebook employees are allowed to continue working from home until July 2. However, after that date, any employees who are not full-time are allowed to continue working from home until one month after their office reopens at 50% capacity.
The company projected that its largest offices may not be able to reopen at 50% capacity until at least Sep. 7.