BMW quarantines German employees after worker tests positive for coronavirus


MUNICH — BMW has told about 150 employees in Munich to stay at home under self-quarantine after a colleague tested positive for the coronavirus.

The employee who tested positive was taken to hospital after he visited a doctor on Sunday. He is doing well under the circumstances, BMW said.

The worker had not traveled abroad and was working in the automaker’s research and development center. He was in contact with about 150 other employees.

The affected premises were closed off and disinfected and operations are continuing without restrictions, BMW said.

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