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Goldman Will Require Covid Boosters, More Tests as It Sticks to Office Return

  • New Covid-19 infections reached record in New York this month
  • Some financial firms have eased off, delayed return to towers
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WATCH: Coronavirus infections surged across the globe. Timothy Annett reports.Source: Bloomberg
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Goldman Sachs Group Inc., one of Wall Street’s staunchest advocates of returning employees to offices, will make Covid-19 vaccination booster shots compulsory as the firm stands by its workplace philosophy through surging infection rates in New York.

Anyone entering offices must get a booster by Feb. 1 if they’re eligible for the injections by that date, the investment bank told its U.S. workforce. In the meantime, mandatory testing will double to twice weekly on Jan. 10, the bank said. A company spokeswoman declined to comment on the new measures.