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Xiaomi Wuhan resumes operations officially after forced shut down

Xiaomi announces that their Wuhan second HQ has officially resumed operations while giving the first batch of employees with "epidemic care packages".
Xiaomi Wuhan HQ resumes operations officially
Xiaomi Wuhan HQ

Xiaomi Wuhan HQ employees get epidemic care packages

Screenshot courtesy to GizmoChina
Screenshot courtesy to GizmoChina

Opened in December 2019, Xiaomi's Wuhan headquarters was forced to shut down on January 20, 2020, after several confirmed cases were reported. Employees were forced to take a vacation to set-up an epidemic control and prevention team.

On March 30, Xiaomi officially resumes the operations of its Wuhan Headquarters. The first batch of employees who are returning to work was given 'anti-epidemic care packages' that include masks, alcohol, hand sanitizers, and a start-up red envelope. 

The company is also implementing a stricter epidemic prevention and control procedures like double masks, double temperature measurements and a different meal system to continue the fight against COVID-19.

The Wuhan Headquarters covers nearly 52,000 square meters with over 9 floors and a capacity of up to 3000 employees.

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Sources: GizmoChina, CNBeta
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