Client Announcement : Latest update on Beijing COVID-19 outbreak

Beijing reported confirmed domestically transmitted COVID-19 cases recently, most of which were related to the now-closed Xinfadi market, a large wholesale market of fruit, vegetable, and meat in Beijing’s Fengtai District, according to the local health commission.

Apart from the testing, Beijing authorities have further tightened control measures on more communities.

As this outbreak has impact to our business in Beijing, we would like to provide you with an update of the latest news from Santa Fe China. Full details are as below.

 

MOVING OPERATIONS

Santa Fe Beijing is in constant contact with the local government and customs officials to ensure we can relocate our clients safe and soundly during this critical and challenging period.

However, we believe there may be more restrictions implemented effecting residential compounds.

We will check with the related parties in advance to ensure a smooth move. In the meantime, our moving service teams are now paying high attention to the current Beijing COVID-19 outbreak and we will continue to ensure that all our Beijing office and operations staff take special precautionary measures for each job.

 

SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS

Santa Fe will help to communicate with the landlord & compound management to see if Santa Fe is able to pack/unpack with official local government approval documents of work resumption and qualified crew with safety precautions.

We may require clients to fill in the health declaration form to confirm their health status before the moving day. We also recommend clients to use face masks while our packing crews are at residence. All Santa Fe staff will be wearing face masks as per China Government policy.

 

IMMIGRATION

It is possible that 14 days quarantine may be required by local government if travel from or through a high-risk area has occurred as reported by the China State Council.

Santa Fe will keep close monitoring on any impact to immigration service.

 

DESTINATION SERVICES

Starting from June 17, all schools in Beijing including local and international schools are required to close campuses and students cannot return to school campuses until further notice from the local authorities.

All residential areas in Beijing have implemented stricter control measures on visitors and residential areas at medium and high-risk are not open for visitors for the moment.

 

For further information or management escalations please contact,

James Gooding
Managing Director, North Asia
james.gooding@santaferelo.com

 

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