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Diplomats plead with State Department not to rush return to offices

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Exclusive: More than 500 staff members are asking for a reversal of a decision to send up to 80 percent of State Department staff back to work in D.C. offices.

 

https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/politics-news/diplomats-plead-state-department-not-rush-return-offices-n1235379

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Sweden
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Which in my opinion is total BS. Excuse my language but they are just wanting their check and doing less work. The State Department says "Employees who are in vulnerable populations are not required to return to the office," the spokesperson said. "During this phase, telework flexibilities are still encouraged given childcare, eldercare, and transportation concerns." "The spokesperson added: "All employees are to abide by social distancing guidelines and face covering mandates when at Department facilities." So all their fussing is for nothing. Be like everyone else and if your vulnerable work from home and if your not in a risk category be like normal society and return to work. 

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