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Zuckerberg says Facebook work from home is indefinite, slams government's handling of coronavirus
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company's work-from-home policy is indefinite during a Thursday earnings call with analysts.
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The Facebook founder also slammed the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, which has forced the country's biggest tech companies to implement drastic changes to their remote work policies and general operations.
"Looking forward, I expect the rest of this year to continue to be unpredictable. From a health perspective, with COVID growing quickly in the U.S., there’s currently no end in sight for when our teams here will be able to return to our offices," Zuckerberg said on the call, according to a transcript.