Technology giant Apple has reportedly told its corporate employees that their return to the office will be delayed until January due to a surge in Covid-19 cases.
The iPhone maker said in a memo to employees that it would confirm its reopening timeline around December, Bloomberg reported.
The fresh delay comes just a month after it postponed the anticipated September office return to October.
The technology heavyweight has left a large portion of its office empty for more than a year, with employees working remotely.
Apple boss Tim Cook told workers in June that they will be expected to only go into the office three days a week.
The Delta variant, however, has businesses spooked about the return to the office and commuting life.
City A.M. has contacted Apple for comment.