Along with tracing, detecting, testing and treating those infected, their advice is to mobilise people to isolate and suppress the virus. A key part of this is self-isolation, requiring people to stay indoors and avoid contact with other people for two weeks.
What’s crucial here is that businesses give their workforce the facilities to self-isolate. Forcing staff to come into work will lead to a quicker spread and more people infected. At the same time, allowing your team to self-isolate doesn’t have to result in a drop in communication or productivity for your business.
Read on to explore how technology can help prepare your business for a pandemic.