Japan's Government Pension Investment Fund, Tokyo, reported that one of its employees tested positive on Tuesday for the coronavirus.
The ¥162.1 trillion ($1.54 trillion) pension fund responded in line with policies established by Japan's government, disinfecting GPIF's offices, tracing the infected employee's contacts and instructing executives and employees who might have been in contact with the employee to self-quarantine at home, according to a statement on its website.
GPIF had 145 full-time employees as of the March 31, 2020 close of its latest fiscal year.
The GPIF statement did not say if all other staff members had been tested.
A spokeswoman could not immediately be reached for comment.