The company made this decision after reducing the number of cases of coronavirus infection.

Google, owned by Alphabet Corporation, has decided to return employees to the office starting in April. This was reported by Bloomberg with reference to a letter sent to the company’s employees.

According to the agency, Google is asking employees in the San Francisco Bay Area to go to work in the office three days a week starting in April. According to Bloomberg, the company made this decision after a decrease in the number of cases of coronavirus infection.

“We plan to help people switch to a new mode during March and strive to switch completely to a hybrid mode of operation <…> by April 4,” the letter says.

In December 2021, Google postponed the return of its employees to U.S. offices due to the spread of the omicron strain of coronavirus in the country.