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Google Pushes Back U.S. Office Reopening Plan After Virus Surge

  • U.S. offices will stay closed until Sept. 7 at the earliest
  • Company had planned to begin returning employees in July
Inside The 2020 CES Event
Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

Google is pushing back a plan to reopen its U.S. offices after coronavirus cases surged in several western and southern states.

All U.S. offices will remain closed until Sept. 7 at the earliest, according to a memo Google sent to employees. In May, Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai said the company would cautiously move some workers back in starting July 6.