Corona case at Saxo bank sends half of employees home from headquarters

One employee infected with coronavirus has led to half of the employees at Saxo Bank's headquarters being sent home from work on a rotating schedule. Four are in quarantine due to the virus.

Photo: Finn Frandsen/Politiken/Ritzau Scanpix

Around 350 employees at Saxo Bank's Danish headquarters - around half of the employees there - must work from home on a 14 day rotating schedule.

A special emergency office in northern Zealand has been put to use, as a number of key positions, including some on the trading floor, cannot be done from home.

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