The Google Search Inc. reported that it may reopen some of its U.S. offices next month due to the COVID-19 vaccination efforts roll out to hundreds and thousands daily. Its search engine- a subsidy giant owned by Alphabet GOOG reported annual 0.64% gain on return [ROI]. Google search engine Alphabet said on Wednesday, the initial return period will be voluntary as offices begin to reopen, but set to capacity limits according to an internal email from Google’s top executive Fionna Cicconi said. “Conditions vary significantly from state to state, so you’ll hear directly from your local leaders when your office is eligible to reopen Ms. Cicconi said in which was viewed by The Wall Street Journal. Google is advising workers to get vaccinated against Covid-19, but not mandatory to return to the workplace. Returning to the office remains optional until September, according to email statement sent by Google’s executive office—Ms. Cicconi. Corporations have coordinated staff workers to work remotely have been waiting to return to office—when or if ever employees should start reoccupying sites vacant since the pandemic hit a year ago. A number of big companies have said they will test so-called hybrid work arrangements that includes workers splitting their work time at home and office. Alphabet and Google chief executive Sundar Pichai has said working together in person is a core part of Google’s culture.