China has cautiously begun lifting lockdowns as the country’s coronavirus infection rates slow, with factories reopening and people returning to work. The danger isn’t over yet though, as the possibility of a second outbreak continues to lurk dangerously in the background.
To prevent a resurgence, China’s State Council has advised employers to give workers face masks and take their temperatures daily. Even so, the Washington Post reports companies such as iPhone manufacturer Foxconn Technology Group have gone significantly beyond that in order to protect workers.
Foxconn workers at the company’s Zhengzhou factory are reportedly issued face masks and have their temperature taken each morning, in accordance with the State Council’s requirements. The State Council also requi… Read More