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South Florida has seen more than a million cases of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic, with the state averaging 16,000 new cases every day, according to data from the New York Times. As the Delta variant continues to be the dominant strain, real estate professionals say local companies are altering their return-to-office plans.

The goal for most companies is to get input from employees about how comfortable they are with returning to work. And although many companies received feedback and applied it earlier in the year, Keller Augusta senior managing director Kaitlin Kincaid said her clients are putting their plans on pause. The real estate recruiting firm has offices in Palm Beach, New York and Boston.

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