Morgan Stanley to require COVID-19 vaccine for entry into New York office: report
- Morgan Stanley will need a COVID-19 vaccine to enter its New York office, Financial Time mentionned.
- Once the policy goes into effect on July 12, all unvaccinated employees will lose access to the building.
- The bank has already set up work zones “for vaccines only,” FT reported.
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Morgan Stanley plans to block all workers and guests from entering its New York City offices unless they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, the Financial Time reported Tuesday.
“As of July 12, all employees, casual staff, customers and visitors will be required to certify that they are fully immunized to access Morgan Stanley buildings in New York and Westchester,” said Mandell Crawley, director of resources. Morgan Stanley human rights, in an internal memo, according to FT.
Once the policy takes effect, employees who do not confirm they are vaccinated will lose access to the building, FT reported.
Morgan Stanley has already created “vaccine-only” work areas within some of its teams, including institutional titles and wealth management, according to FT.
Morgan Stanley did not immediately respond to Insider’s questions about how long it plans to keep the policy in place, whether employees can request an exemption for any reason, and whether the bank is considering extending the policy to d ‘other offices.