Intel asks employees: Don’t go to countries such as China, Japan and South Korea, have symptoms at home isolation

According tomedia reports, Intel has banned employees from traveling to China, South Korea, Japan, Singapore and Italy in light of the current new crown outbreak. Intel’s letter to suppliers this week says all employees, including suppliers, contractors, visitors and guests, should comply with the latest policy, which was issued on February 25. Employees who are required to return from China, South Korea, Japan, Singapore and Italy are not allowed to work at Intel’s units for two weeks.

Intel asks employees: Don't go to countries such as China, Japan and South Korea, have symptoms at home isolation

“We also ask anyone who feels unwell or has symptoms such as fever, cough or breathing difficulties to seek medical attention as needed. Do not travel to or work in Intel units until you are recovering and eliminating symptoms. “

Intel said Tuesday that its units in mainland China will remain operational. “We prioritize the safety and well-being of our employees. “We are closely monitoring the situation and working to ensure that our employees in China and elsewhere maintain the information and resources they need to stay safe,” the company said Tuesday. “