Letters in order’s Google said late on Tuesday that it was deferring the reopening of its US offices by around two months because of a flood in the quantity of coronavirus cases in certain states.
The entirety of Google’s US offices will presently stay shut in any event until September 7, Google representative Katherine Williams told Reuters.
Google said in late May it would revive structures in more urban areas at around 10 percent of their ability starting July 6 and scale it up to 30 percent in September, if conditions allowed.
Williams affirmed a Bloomberg report that refered to an interior reminder to workers sent by a Google official.
“For every one of you that are telecommuting, please keep on doing so except if you are told in any case by your director,” Chris Rackow, Google’s VP of worldwide security, said in the update.
“We don’t anticipate that this direction should change until Monday, September 7 (Labor Day) at the soonest,” Rackow composed, including that the ongoing ascent in coronavirus cases in the United States shows that “COVID-19 is still particularly alive“.
The improvement comes as coronavirus cases in June dramatically increased in 14 US states, including California, Florida, and Texas, a Reuters examination on Tuesday appeared.
Broadly, cases rose by at any rate 46 percent and passings increased by 21 percent during the month.
On Tuesday alone, new US COVID-19 cases rose by more than 47,000, as indicated by a Reuters count, the greatest one-day spike since the beginning of the pandemic that has guaranteed almost 510,000 carries on with around the world.