Wuhan coronavirus leads Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, and Microsoft to close China locations and suspend employee travel unless 'business critical'
- Apple, Amazon, Google, and other major tech companies have restricted employee travel to and from China in response the coronavirus outbreak.
- The virus has killed more than 100 people and spread to at least 18 countries, prompting many to warn against travel to China.
- Companies with a presence in the country are also halting business travel as a precaution.
- Here are the ones who have confirmed travel restrictions so far.
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Apple, Amazon, Google, and other major tech companies have announced travel restrictions to and from China as fears grow surrounding the spread of the coronavirus.
Businesses with a significant presence in China are now following suit by banning or limiting employees from traveling to the country as precaution, with some leaving exceptions for "business critical" travel.
Here's a list of major tech companies who have restricted employee travel so far.
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