BMW quarantines 150 German employees

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BMW has put about 150 employees under quarantine in Munich, Germany, after one employee tested positive for coronavirus.

Here’s the statement from BMW:

“We confirm that an employee of the BMW Group in Munich was tested positive for the corona virus. The employee has been under medical treatment since the weekend. He is doing well under the circumstances.
The health and safety of our employees is our top priority. In view of current developments, the BMW Group has therefore immediately initiated further measures to protect its employees. For example, all colleagues who were in contact with him were requested to undergo the recommended 14-day self-quarantine. The affected premises were closed off and disinfected. Operations are continuing without restrictions.
We are in constant close contact with our medical health service and the relevant authorities and are keeping our employees updated regularly regarding current developments.”

source: CNN News


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