Yesterday, 6 March 2020, HypoVereinsbank was advised that an employee who is based in a room on the ground floor of the VTW1 building in the Tucherpark site in Munich has tested positive for the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2). HypoVereinsbank is in ongoing contact with the affected employee who is under medical observation to ensure he/she gets all the support possible and wishes him/her a speedy recovery.
As a precautionary measure HypoVereinsbank immediately closed the affected room in the specific building. The relevant parts of the building have been deep-cleaned and disinfected and the affected room will remain closed until further notice.
Moreover, HypoVereinsbank has contacted all employees who may have been in close and recent contact with the individual, advising them to self-quarantine for 14 days and to follow the instructions of the health authorities.
HypoVereinsbank has already implemented the following precautionary measures in the last weeks:
For the time being, HypoVereinsbank will keep all the above mentioned measures in place.
All office buildings of HypoVereinsbank including the HVB Tower in Munich as well as the branches will remain open.
The health and well-being of people and customers is a top priority for UniCredit. The Group will continue to actively monitor the situation, always act in everyone’s best interests and do the right thing!
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