Chinese smartphone manufacturer OPPO Mobile India has once again halted operations at its Noida-based manufacturing plant.
New Delhi: Chinese mobile handset manufacturer Oppo (OPPO) has stopped work at its factory in Noida. The company said that until the investigation of the coronavirus infection of all its 3,000 employees is completed, work in the factory will remain closed. The company resumed operations on Friday with about 30 per cent of its employees after getting permission from the Uttar Pradesh government. The company has sent samples of all the employees to be involved in the corona virus test.
In a statement late on Sunday, OPPO said, “Prioritizing the safety of all our employees and citizens, we have halted all operations at the manufacturing plant in Greater Noida and the COVDI-19O investigation for more than 3,000 employees” Has started, the result of which is awaited. The company said that only employees with negative test results will be allowed to work again.
Relief to e-commerce companies
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From today onwards the way of working will change in office
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