Grab shuts Singapore, Thailand offices after coronavirus infection


A man is seen walking past a Grab office in Singapore. Grab Holdings Inc closed offices in Singapore and Thailand for five days of cleaning after a Singapore-based employee, who previously visited the Bangkok office, tested positive for the coronavirus. - Reuters

SINGAPORE/BANGKOK: Grab Holdings Inc closed offices in Singapore and Thailand for five days of cleaning after a Singapore-based employee, who previously visited the Bangkok office, tested positive for the coronavirus.

"One employee who is based in our corporate office at Marina One West Tower in Singapore has come down with Covid-19 (coronavirus),” Grab said Monday (March 9) in an emailed statement.

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