Nokia last week suspended operations in a telecoms Equipment Production plant in Tamil Nadu, the
The business said on Tuesday after Several Workers tested positive for COVID-19.
Nokia didn’t disclose how many employees in the plant at Sriperumbudur tested positive, but a source familiar with the issue said they were 42. The business said it had implemented measures like social distancing and modifications to canteen facilities.
The mill had started operations in a limited way over a previous couple of weeks, Nokia stated in a statement after the country eased the planet’s largest lockdown to kickstart its market that has been pummelled from the shutdown.
“We expect to resume operations shortly at a limited degree with skeletal staff power,” Nokia added.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo last week suspended surgeries in a newly re-opened plant on the outskirts of New Delhi after at least eight employees tested positive for its publication coronavirus.
India on Tuesday listed a total of 145,380 coronavirus diseases and 4,167 deaths, relatively very low amounts for the planet’s second-most populous nation.