TEPCO Group Employees and Related Workers Test Positive for COVID-19
April 1, 2022
Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc.
Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc. (hereinafter referred to as, “TEPCO Holdings, Inc.”) would like to inform you forty-seven employees and fifty-nine related workers of the TEPCO Group*1 have tested positive*2 for the COVID-19 virus from March 28 to March 31.
At the TEPCO Group, a COVID-19 Countermeasures Task Force headed by TEPCO’s president has taken measures to prevent the spread of the virus, and we have continued to implement our Business Continuity Plan while also implementing countermeasures to prevent infection and the spread of the virus. The COVID-19 infection of employees shall not impact the stable supply of power, the safe operation of power stations, nor decommissioning work.
Going forward, the TEPCO Group will respond properly to instructions given by health officials as we continue to implement countermeasures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
1. Number of new infections at the TEPCO Group (From March 28 to March 31)
|Company||TEPCO employee||Related worker*3|
|TEPCO Holdings, Inc.||14 (235)||42 (357)|
|TEPCO Fuel & Power, Inc.||0 (3)||0 (-)|
|TEPCO Power Grid, Inc.||29 (744)||5 (164)|
|TEPCO Energy Partner, Inc.||4 (155)||12 (230)|
|TEPCO Renewable Power, Inc.||(25)||0 (3)|
2. Countermeasures to prevent infections and spread of the virus
Information on countermeasures underway at each nuclear power station can be found at the following link. (Japanese only)
*1 The TEPCO Group is comprised of five companies: TEPCO Holdings, Inc., TEPCO Fuel & Power, Inc., TEPCO Power Grid, Inc., TEPCO Energy Partner, Inc., and TEPCO Renewable Power, Inc.
*2 Including patients who are clinically diagnosed at the discretion of a physician without being tested in cases where a person in close contact with a Covid-19 positive person becomes symptomatic (so-called "presumed positive" individuals)
*3 The employees of related companies who work at the TEPCO Group offices/power stations