Goldman Sachs will reportedly make staff get the COVID-19 booster shot and test more often as workers return to the office
- Goldman will reportedly require staff to receive a COVID-19 booster and submit more frequent tests.
- Employees were previously required to be fully vaccinated, test once a week, and wear masks.
Employees must test twice a week for COVID-19 beginning on January 10 and get their booster shots by February 1 if they are eligible, the report said.
A Goldman Sachs spokesperson did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
Employees were previously required to be fully vaccinated, submit weekly test results, and wear masks to enter US offices, according to an August memo. That memo also said clients must be vaccinated to do business at the company's offices.
CEO David Solomon previously called remote work an "aberration" that had an "enormous impact" on the bank's operations. The firm reopened US offices in June. Even so, sources told Insider in July that getting bankers to return on a full-time basis was proving difficult.
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