And it has already resumed producing its own series, documentaries and films. “We’re up and running in much of Europe and much of Asia," Mr Hastings said. "And we’ve got a few things going on already in [Los Angeles],” he added. “The hope is that, through September and October, we can really get – with proper testing – a lot more running.
A new UK government ad campaign is now asking workers to return to workplaces. “Not being able to get together in person, particularly internationally, is a pure negative,” Mr Hastings told the Wall Street Journal. “I’ve been super-impressed at people’s sacrifices.
But Reed Hastings, who founded the platform, also said its 8,600 employees would not have to return to the office until most of them had received an approved coronavirus vaccine.
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