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This is a return to the office for Citi workers in New York City.

The Wall Street giant is asking all three state employees to return to the office on Feb. 7 as coronavirus cases are slowly declining.

Elsewhere in the U.S., the bank will closely monitor local health data before making policy changes. In London, staff were called to the office earlier this month.

Citibank’s change reflects the dramatic change last month as it encouraged New York and New Jersey office workers to work from home during the holidays at a time when coronavirus cases are on the rise.

Citigroup was one of the most flexible banks on Wall Street in terms of allowing employees to work from home.

However, even Citi’s management seems tired of Zoom.

Citigroup requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 – and will reportedly fire those who do not comply.

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