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Banks are enforcing strict rules surrounding Covid-19 without fully enforcing vaccines

Banks in the United States have created stricter policies to enforce Covid-19 precautions without actually mandating the vaccine.

Citigroup and Morgan Stanley have the strictest rules in New York, stating that staff coming to work must be vaccinated.

JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs haven’t mandated the vaccine but do require masks and weekly testing for unvaccinated employees.

Bank of America is allowing only vaccinated employees to return to the office in September and encourages other workers to get the vaccine.

Wells Fargo will return to the office in October.

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