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An employee from Citigroup’s Manhattan office tested positive for the coronavirus,Â the Wall Street firm said Friday.Â
The employee was diagnosed on Friday while on personal travel to Singapore. The Citi worker, who was not part of the bank’s trading operations, was last in the Manhattan office on Friday, March 6.Â
The company said the employee only started to feel ill on Thursday, March 12 and went to the local hospital in Singapore where they were diagnosed.Â
The firm told company employees that are at “low risk and there is no need for anyone to self-quarantine.”Â
“We are cooperating fully with all appropriate government and health authorities and we are adhering to their guidelines on actions to be taken.Â Citi has advised colleagues who worked near this person prior to his travel to self-monitor their health and has given all colleagues who work on that floor the option to work from home,” Citi said in a release.Â
The employee is based at 388 Greenwich Street in New York on the 24th floor.Â
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