Apple has offices and large workspaces all over the world. Many of them are working from home for a little over a week, as long as your job allows it (employees working on secret projects obviously can't).
In addition, Apple suspended all trips to China for its employees weeks ago, and shortly after to Italy, urging them to make video calls. However, all the measures that the company has taken seem to have not been enough for one of its employees to have tested positive for coronavirus.
As we can read on Billboard, an employee of the Culver City campus tested positive last Saturday in the test that the employees submitted at the facilities. The Apple facility in Culver City mainly focus on Apple TV + and Apple Music, this being their headquarters. Some of Apple's productions for its streaming video service such as See, The Morning Show and For All Humanity, have been temporarily halted due to the coronavirus.
This is the second employee at the Cupertino-based company to have tested positive for coronavirus. The first was an employee of the Santa Monica Apple Store, after taking the test while on vacation.
Last February, Tim Cook and Eddy Que attended the 60th birthday of Universal Music Group CEO Lucian Grainge, an executive who also has been diagnosed with the coronavirus and that he is currently hospitalized. It is unknown if when the party was held, he could already have the first symptoms and have infected all the attendees.
If we don't have any news about it in a few days, it will be because both have undergone the test and they have tested negative.