The Yura company in Raca, where the production suspended on March 26 due to coronavirus was supposed to continue today, has decided that the workers not come to work until the end of the week, the company told Beta.
As they said, the decision to suspend the production was made because the production process entails the workers standing close to each other.
The company said that they would follow the situation and the state's measures and reach further decisions accordingly.
There's a possibility of later organizing minimal production operations in line with all the proscribed measures of employee protection.
Administrative workers at the company are still active, but, as they say, the proscribed physical distance between the employees is maintained.
As Beta learns unofficially, Yura's workers came to work this morning, but didn't want to work, so the company decided to extend the suspension of the production activities and sent the first-shift workers back home.