Apple has been planning a gradual return to work since last month, as the company shut down its corporate operations temporarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bloomberg says Apple is bringing some of the workers back to Apple Park in Cupertino, focusing mainly on hardware and software engineers who need to work on campus to finish priority projects.
Apple is also asking workers to keep a distance from each other, with restrictions on the number of people who can use elevators at the same time.
The Apple campus in Cupertino, California, has several open floor work areas where staff members are used to working in close proximity, but the company will need to make changes to that layout in order to bring back the rest of its workforce.
Apple has also slowly started reopening its retail stores around the world.