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Stowmarket workers at Bosch site test positive for coronavirus




Engineering and technology company Bosch has confirmed a number of workers at a site in Stowmarket have tested positive for coronavirus.

The firm said it was 'aware of a few associates' at its Suffolk Works research and development facility who have tested positive for Covid-19.

A spokesman said: "The affected associates are self-isolating at home.

Bosch said it was 'aware of a few associates' at its research and development facility in Stowmarket who had tested positive for coronavirus
Bosch said it was 'aware of a few associates' at its research and development facility in Stowmarket who had tested positive for coronavirus

"Their condition is stable and we are keeping in regular contact with them.

"The health and safety of our associates is the utmost importance and the office is currently being deep-cleaned.

"We began working immediately to establish which, if any, co-workers that might have been in contact with the affected associates.

"In line with current Government guidelines, any close contacts have been notified and been asked to self-isolate for the recommended quarantine period of 14 days.

"We continue to follow the Government guidelines and recommend that our associates work from home, if possible."

The company employs about 100 people at the site.

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