Alphabet's Google has said it would reopen offices in more cities at roughly 10% of their capacity beginning July 6 and scale it up to 30% in September, if conditions permit. 

Google and its peer Facebook had allowed their employees to work from home in early March following tough government-mandated restrictions to contain the coronavirus. 

Google said it would give each employee an allowance of $1,000, or the equivalent value in their country, to expense necessary equipment and office furniture.

It expects most of its workforce to largely work from home for the remainder of the year. 

There are a limited number of employees whose roles are needed back in the office this year and they would return on a limited, rotating basis, chief executive Sundar Pichai said in a blog post.