Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is lifting most coronavirus vaccination requirements for employees returning to the office.

In a company memo, the bank informed employees that starting next week, they can work onsite regardless of their vaccination status, with no requirements to participate in regular testing or wear face coverings, according to a report by Bloomberg.

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The bank eased these measures citing new U.S. Centers for Disease Control guidelines as well as improved treatments and wide availability of testing, noted the report.

At Goldman Sachs’ New York City headquarters, employees with an approved medical or religious exemption to the city’s vaccine mandate can enter offices with no testing or face coverings, while those without an approved exemption and who don’t meet the mandate will continue to work remotely.

While the memo didn’t specify how many days employees are expected to work onsite, Goldman executives have been outspoken proponents of full-time office work.

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