An HSBC Holdings Plc employee in Hong Kong being held in quarantine tested negative for the coronavirus spreading out of Chinese mainland.
The staffer and their nuclear family members all tested negative for the coronavirus, according to an internal memo
The staffer and their nuclear family members all tested negative for the coronavirus, according to an internal memo, confirmed by a company spokeswoman in Hong Kong. The virus has killed more than 1,700 people and infected more than 70,000 in Chinese mainland.
The family will be moved to a government quarantine center to complete the quarantine period, in line with prevailing government policy, local Chief Executive Officer Diana Cesar said in the memo. Employees who had earlier been requested to stay home due to “close contact” with the individual will remain in self-care in line with the bank’s guidelines, according to the memo.
HSBC, which employs 21,000 people in Hong Kong, on Friday revealed that the employee had been placed under government quarantine after “close contact” with relatives diagnosed with the virus.
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