After nearly a year with US offices closed, Google plans to reopen them soon – Notes – Glamurama

Alphabet's headquarters in Mount View, California

Alphabet’s headquarters in Mount View, California || Credits: Reproduction

Things are about to go back to normal at Alphabet, the holding company that owns Google, which plans to reopen several of its offices in the United States in the coming weeks. All had been closed for almost a year because of the restrictions of the pandemic, but as the new coronavirus is in the process of being controlled in the country, with a good part of the population there already vaccinated, the measure will gradually be revoked. The tech giant, moreover, has just launched an investment plan in the order of US $ 7 billion (R $ 40 billion) to expand its headquarters and data centers in American lands.

Despite the apparent return to the good old days, the use of masks and gel alcohol in these work environments will continue to be mandatory in the United States for a long time, and until experts say otherwise. Alphabet was one of the first large American companies to create programs to encourage their employees to start a home office early in the Covid-19 crisis. (By Anderson Antunes)


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