Twitter will reopen its San Francisco and New York offices on Monday, the company confirmed to Protocol.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported Tuesday that the two offices would “reopen at reduced capacity.”
Monday will be the second time Twitter reopens those two offices this year. The two offices welcomed workers at half-capacity for two weeks in July, but the company quickly shut its doors again as the delta variant of COVID-19 spread across the country.
Evidently, the omicron variant isn’t inhibiting Twitter as it plans its next reopening. Twitter requires its employees to show proof of vaccination to come to the office.
And the office will still be just an option: Twitter told its employees last year that they could work remotely forever.
"While opening our offices is our decision, when and if our employees come back will be theirs," Twitter said in an emailed statement. "So if our employees are in a role and situation that enables them to work from home indefinitely if they wish or split their time between their home and the office, we will support that."