#1. As economies begin to re-open, companies are planning to test workers on COVID-19
While in some areas of the world the COVID-19 pandemic is yet to reach its peak, economies in Europe are slowly beginning to re-open. Countries such as Germany, Denmark, the Czech Republic, Norway, and Poland have started lifting some restrictions this week, while Italy and Spain move at a slower pace. In the meantime, companies that are returning to the new normal are investing in making sure workers who are returning to their offices, production sites and other workplaces can do so safely. Among others, Ferrari has launched a voluntary scheme called “Back on Track” through which employees, families, and suppliers will get tested on COVID-19 before returning to work. Similarly, Amazon wants to test all 840,000 employees and the company is also building its own testing capacity to speed up the process.