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Australia NAB evacuates after employee tests positive to coronavirus

18:36  17 march  2020
18:36  17 march  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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NAB CEO Ross McEwan confirmed in an email the 700 Bourke Street building was being vacated after an employee on the ground floor returned a positive test for COVID-19.

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"In consultation with health authorities, we are vacating the 700 Bourke Street building and will have it pandemically cleansed," Mr McEwan said.

"All colleagues from 700 Bourke should go home and continue to work from home."

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