“ Do not visit markets (with the presence of live animals) or farms. Avoid touching your face. Make sure food, including eggs and meat, is cooked through. Posted for several weeks in the elevators of the Parisian headquarters of Michelin, the instructions may seem excessive. But the safety director of the French tire giant preferred not to take any risks. As soon as the coronavirus appeared in China, it relayed the recommendations of the World Health Organization (WHO).
Since the epidemic spread on all the continents, the measures of prudence which could seem reserved for the empire of the Middle are gradually deployed everywhere in the world. The crisis units opened by groups with subsidiaries in the country are seeing their scope of activity widened. And the CEOs are debriefed daily.
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Every evening, Renault and PSA, who have repatriated their employees from Wuhan, the epicenter of the epidemic, gather their
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