28 February 2020

Apple to Limit employees' trips to China

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Apple's CEO Tim Cook said in an interview that his company had restricted its employees' trips to China due to the coronavirus outbreak. reports citing NBC News.

"We are restricting travel to business-critical travel," Cook said on Tuesday, as quoted by the broadcaster, adding that the company is providing its employees who work near the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the virus, and across the country, with care kits.

Cook also said that some Apple suppliers are located in Wuhan and at least several company branches in the country would be closed until 10 February, at the recommendation of the Chinese government.

Note that earlier Facebook had taken the exact step in order to avoid the coronavirus.

2020.01.29 / 12:42
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