An employee on an oil installation at field Martin Linge in the North Sea has tested positive for coronavirus, Equinor informs in a statement Wednesday morning.
The oil company is in talks with Norwegian health authorities. The person in question arrived at the oil field on March 4 and has recently been to Austria. When the nation was listed as a high-risk country, the employee was placed under quarantine at the offshore installation. Another two people have been tested, but these results are not yet available.
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