Apple will now require employees to submit proof of COVID-19 booster shot by February 15th, or they will be subject to

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Apple now requires store and corporate employees to get a COVID-19 booster shot, the company announced in an internal email seen by The Verge.

Once an employee is eligible to get a booster shot, they will have four weeks to comply, otherwise, they will need to take frequent tests to enter a retail store, partner store, or Apple office starting on February 15th. Apple will require unvaccinated employees — or those who haven’t yet submitted proof of vaccination — to provide negative COVID-19 rapid antigen tests before entering the workplace beginning on January 24th, although it’s unclear whether this applies to both corporate and retail employees.

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