In response to the spread of the new coronavirus, Fujitsu has taken decisive action to ensure the safety of its customers, its partners, its employees, and their families to prevent infection and the spread of the virus, and prepare implementation of contingency plans for business continuity. Fujitsu will continue to provide products and services to our customers while proceeding with initiatives that contribute to the amelioration of various social issues arising from the spread of infection, always prioritizing the health and safety of our customers, our partners, our employees, and their families.
At present, Fujitsu is taking the actions described below, and will continue to adapt this approach in accordance with the latest situation as appropriate. We ask for the understanding of all concerned.
The Core Group Companies shall plan and implement countermeasures against infectious diseases based on the following principles, and shall endeavor to prevent infection and to mitigate the spread of the virus. At the same time, we shall maintain continuity of important business and continue to fulfill our social responsibilities even during the period of infection.
Furthermore, on April 7, 2020, following the issuance of the Declaration of the State of Emergency by the Government of Japan, President Takahito Tokita sent a message to all Fujitsu Group employees globally reiterating our basic policy and announcing his intent to further reinforce existing measures. (Please refer to the notification "With Respect to the State of Emergency Declaration from the Japanese Government " issued by Fujitsu Limited on April 8, 2020.)
*Please refer to https://www.fujitsu.com/global/covid19/ for information on the Group's initiatives.
Note: In lieu of the normally scheduled Fujitsu Forum Event held on site at the Tokyo International Forum in Yurakucho each May, Fujitsu is planning to conduct a virtual event this year. Details will be shared separately at a later date.
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