Coronavirus strikes Samsung industrial facility
Samsung Electronics said on Saturday that one coronavirus case had been affirmed at its cell phone manufacturing plant complex in the southeastern city of Gumi, causing a shutdown of its whole office there until Monday morning.
Samsung Electronics, the world’s top cell phone producer, said the floor where the tainted representative worked would be closed down until the morning of February 25.
“The organization has set partners who interacted with the tainted worker in self-isolate and found a way to have them tried for conceivable contamination,” Samsung said in a news discharge.
Samsung’s processing plant in Gumi represents a little segment of its complete cell phone creation, and it makes top of the line telephones, for the most part for the local market. Samsung creates the majority of its cell phones in Vietnam and India.
Gumi is near the city of Daegu, home to a congregation at the focal point of South Korea’s biggest coronavirus flare-up.
South Korea said on Saturday that the quantity of individuals contaminated with the coronavirus in the nation had dramatically increased to 433.
Samsung said creation at its chip and show industrial facilities in different pieces of South Korea would not be influenced.