Apple wants proof of employee COVID-19 booster shots

Apple employees will need to show proof of receiving a COVID-19 booster shot, a report claims, or else they face undergoing frequent testing for the virus as part of the iPhone maker’s attempts to keep its employees safe.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Apple has been keen to enforce social distancing and to ensure as many employees as possible get vaccinated. In an internal memo, Apple is continuing to push its workers to get vaccinated with a booster shot if the opportunity becomes available.The internal memo says employees who are eligible to receive a booster shot have up to four weeks to get it and supply proof, reports The Verge. If they do not provide the information to Apple, they will have to take frequent tests before turning up to work at a store or office from February 15.

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