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Goldman Sachs Will End Covid Vaccination Requirements in Its New York Office

Office workers walk toward the Goldman Sachs Group Inc. headquarters in New York.

Office workers walk toward the Goldman Sachs Group Inc. headquarters in New York.

Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. will drop vaccination requirements for staff at its New York City office, as the waning pandemic prompts Wall Street banks eager for employees to return to their desks to scrap remaining restrictions.

The bank will end the requirement beginning Tuesday Nov. 1, according to a memo to staff seen by Bloomberg News. It follows the announcement by New York City Mayor Eric Adams that the city will no longer mandate that private employers require all of their workers to be vaccinated for Covid-19. Goldman Sachs had previously removed vaccine requirements in other US locations