How the Corona Pandemic Affects Our Work

With its contingency measures, the Foundation wants to help protect the health of the greater community and flatten the COVID-19 curve.
Robert Bosch Stiftung | September 2020

The Robert Bosch Stiftung is continuously monitoring the latest information provided by scientists and politicians regarding the spread of the coronavirus and is taking the relevant recommendations and guidelines into account in its area of responsibility. Protecting the health of our employees, partners, guests, and service providers is, as ever, our top priority. In-person events are taking place at our Stuttgart and Berlin locations in accordance with the official regulations. We are considering holding events virtually on a case-by-case basis. Business travel is possible with restrictions for the time being. Our employees are following hygiene and distancing regulations and work both from the office and remotely. The Foundation can still be reached and will continue its work as best it can, even with coronavirus restrictions in place. 

Please take care of yourself and the people around you and stay healthy!

Your Robert Bosch Stiftung GmbH

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