Worker infected with coronavirus at Toyota factory in JapanApril 11, 2020
Today, Toyota confirmed that a partner company worker at its headquarters in Toyota City, located in Aichi Prefecture, Japan, was tested and tested positive for COVID-19.
On April 8, the above employee was sent to take the COVID-19 test, after which his workplace was thoroughly disinfected. In addition, the work site is planned to be disinfected again on April 12. It is noted that the employee has not had close contacts with other workers in the last 2 weeks. Nevertheless, those who contacted him for the last time, and this is about 10 people, were recommended to stay at home from April 9 to 13.
“We sincerely apologize for the concern that this news may cause in people in the surrounding regions. We see this as a problem that affects everyone and will contribute to the further improvement of our communications and employee performance checks at all enterprises. We will do our best to provide timely updates as the situation develops and we will take measures to prevent the further spread of the virus, ”the press service of the brand said.
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