TOTO Employees In Vietnam Diagnosed With Covid-19 Infection, Over 300 Factories Shut Down
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According to the Hanoi Labor Federation, new cases of COVID-19 infection continue to emerge in Vietnam’s Hanoi industrial zone over the past week, affecting a number of companies including TOTO.
During the fourth outbreak of the epidemic in Vietnam, 99 cases of confirmed positive workers were found in Hanoi’s industrial and export processing zones, including TOTO Vietnam, Meiko Thang Long Electronic Co., Ltd., Nippon Co. Vietnam Company, etc.
According to the statistics of 45 local direct grassroots unions, the number of union members and workers from F0 to F4 is now large especially affected by the Covid-19 epidemic. As of today, 330 enterprises in Hanoi are closed (40 more than the previous week). 1486 enterprises are affected but still operating (21 more). In total, 7,237 workers are unemployed (up 627) and 35,871 workers are underemployed (up 1,551).
In August, Sanitar Co Sanitary Ware announced that the relevant department of Dong Nai Province of Vietnam informed by letter that in response to the development of COVID-19 epidemic, enterprises in industrial zones in the province need to comply with the “3 Rules” program (local production, local food, local rest) and the principle of “1 road, 2 locations”. Sanitar Co bathroom in Vietnam has temporarily reduced part of its production capacity during the stipulated period in order to comply with the local government policy.