My manager is now changed to Linda from 1st Jan..

Is this sentence grammatically correct? Can we use'now' with a specific date?

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    As of January 1, Linda is now my manager. That sounds a lot more natural to me. (Or the first of January or January 1st.) The essential part is Linda is now my manager. Also, you would normally say has changed or has been changed not is changed. – Jason Bassford Jan 11 at 9:23

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