LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - At Subaru of Indiana Automotive, a second employee has been notified they came into contact with a person carrying the coronavirus.
As we previously reported, SIA shut down one engine line after an employee had learned they, too, had come into contact with the disease.
According to a company memo News 18 obtained, the person was instructed to self-quarantine for two weeks. They had not yet gotten to work at the time they got the notice.
The memo said the line where they work was temporarily halted and sanitized. No SIA employees have tested positive for the virus themselves. However, this person an one other were quarantined for their possible contact.
The company said any employees with flu-like symptoms are required to stay home.