It has been found that an employee working in Apple in Los Angeles with positive coronavirus results. As per reports, the employee worked at Apple Culver City offices. In a statement by an Apple, the spokesperson informed that in their Culver City office one of the team members gave the information that COVID-19 was tested positive by them.
And that person had no symptoms of coronavirus when they were in the office. They remain self-isolated at their home.
The spokesperson also said that for the global community this is a challenging time and they are all praying for those affected by COVID-19 around the world. The medical professionals and many researchers are fighting it all over the world. It has been announced for all the Apple employees inside the office campus to take extra precautions to protect themselves from this virus. According to the reports, the news of hospitalization of Universal Music Chairman and CEO Lucian Grainge comes a day after testing positive for the virus COVID-19.
In Palm Springs on February 29, Grainge celebrated 60th birthday celebration and Apple senior vice president, Eddy Cue, veteran music manager Irving Azoff and Apple CEO Tim Cook attended this celebration.
It was announced last week that all the retail stores will be temporarily closed till March 27 outside Greater China, and also committed $15 million for helping the people around the world.
The CEO of Apple said that the team members, according to their job should work remotely, and others should follow guidance to increase their interpersonal space if their work requires them to be on site. At all the sites extensive and deep cleaning will continue.
They are also rolling new health screenings and temperature checks in all their offices. He also added that they are announcing that they are matching their employee donations to support COVID-19 response efforts, nationally, locally and internationally.