Google closes Indian centre hit by Swine flu case

Google closes Indian HQ hit by Swine flu case

Google has closed its Indian headquarters in Hyderabad for two days after a worker tested positive for...

Google closes Indian HQ hit by Swine flu case

Google has closed its Indian headquarters in Hyderabad for two days after a worker tested positive for the virus.

According to a report in the Indian Express the internet giant sent about 100 people home.

The centre will reopen tomorrow.

A Google statement said: "As a precautionary measure, we have closed the office concerned in Hyderabad for two days, starting July 14, and are taking all necessary steps, including sanitising of common areas, to protect our employees."

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