State-owned CAL, which had asked its employees to take their temperatures by themselves since the outbreak began in late January, said it would take staff’s temperatures before they board shuttles to airport terminals, starting today. “Employees with temperatures higher than 37°C would not be allowed to board shuttles and would be advised to take a day off. Employees who do not take company buses would have their temperatures measured before entering offices or airport terminals, Liu said. It canceled 1,400 flights last month and suspended about 3,000 flights this month, with another 2,100 flights expected to be cut next month, the Chinese-language Commercial Times reported on Monday. EVA Airways Corp (長榮航空) has also asked its employees to take time off amid continued low travel demand.
Source: Taipei Times March 08, 2020 15:56 UTC