Microsoft officials have been saying until this week that the company would move to full reopening by July 6. But now that date is September 7
This week marked the "soft" reopening of Microsoft's Redmond campus headquarters, which has been largely closed the past year due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Microsoft was planning to fully reopen its headquarters on July 6, but this week decided to push that date back by two months.
Microsoft's head of Corporate Strategy Kurt DelBene sent a note to employees on April 1 notifying them that Microsoft would move to "Stage 6" of its reopening plans on September 7 at the earliest.