Google validated on Friday that one of its workers in Bengaluru has examined positive for coronavirus. The 26-year-old man had latterly returned from Greece and reportedly toured several places in the Karnataka metropolis.
He has been put in quarantine at a Bengaluru hospital, Karnataka Health Minister B Sriramulu said. People who may have come in touch with him are being ascertained, according to the state authority.
Google said the man had been at its job for a few times.
- “We can prove that an employee from our Bengaluru office has been diagnosed with COVID-19. He was in one of our Bengaluru services for a few hours before developing any signs.
- The employee has been on quarantine since then. CoronaVirus,” the global software titan said in a declaration.
- Other employees have been required to work from house and those who may have come in close touch with the patient have been asked to isolate themselves.
Out of an excess of warning, we are asking help in that Bengaluru job to work from home day (Friday),” said Google.
After Dell India and Mindtree, this is the third case in India of coronavirus affecting an assistant of a tech goliath.