Apple has postponed a plan that requires workers to return to the office three days a week, citing a resurgence of Covid-19 cases, marking the latest setback in its efforts to return to normal life. From the report: The company told employees on Tuesday that it was postponing the claim, which was due to take effect on May 23, according to a note seen by Bloomberg. However, the company still expects workers to come to the office two days a week. The company said the requirement was “postponed” and did not set a new date. Apple had to require employees to work from the office on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, starting next week – a policy that has caused controversy among some employees. Employees are already coming two days a week as part of the build-up, which began in April. So far, this mandate has not changed.