Starting 17 March 2020, Argentina is halting all flights from Europe and the United States for at least 30 days
Border controls may increase waiting times at border crossing, and we expect this situation to persist over the coming weeks
Starting Wednesday 18 March 2020, Canada will implement travel restrictions for all international visitors, except Mexico and the USA
- Starting 16 March 2020, Colombia bars entry to any foreigners who have been to Europe or Asia within the past 14 days
The government announced on 13 March 2020 that it would shut down seven border crossings along its border with Venezuela.
- On 11 March 2020, the United States barred the entry of all foreign nationals who had visited China, Iran and a group of European countries during the previous 14 days
Effective 16 March 2020, the ban will apply to foreign nationals departing from the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Most of Forwarding offices, except Wuhan, have now re-opened.
Pick-up, delivery and warehousing services in Hubei province continue to be suspended.
We will resume our service in Hubei province, subject to local authority emergency controls.
The government of Malaysia has announced a two-week nationwide lockdown between 18 March and 31 March 2020, effectively pausing all non-essential activities to stop the spread of the COVID-19
Most of offices and stations in Malaysia will remain operational, operations staff is working in the office fully while non-operations staff is working from home.
On 12 March 2020, the Government of the Philippines announced additional measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, including the suspension of domestic air and domestic sea travel to and from Luzon area including Metro Manila from 15 March 2020, until 14 April 2020, after health authorities raised the Code Alert System to code red sublevel-2 in the country
The extent of the impact of the new proclamation remains uncertain at this point and physically be closed with the exception of skeletal workforce who will be deployed and provided transportation to and from the office in an effort to clear existing shipments. The majority of our staff will work remotely from home
The quarantine does not cover goods entering and leaving Luzon area including Metro Manila.
Manila, Subic and Batangas ports, international airport terminals are all operational, so is the Bureau of Customs.
As the number of COVID-19 cases increases across Europe, many countries have announced various travel and other emergency restrictions including partial or full border closures
These restrictions currently do not impact domestic and international movements of goods and pick-up and delivery services are offered in principle, although daily operations are negatively affected by the border closures
Border controls increase waiting times at border crossing across most of the countries, and we expect this situation to persist over the coming weeks
In line with announcements made by governmental authorities across Europe are putting in place preventive and protective measures to safeguard health and safety of our employees', suppliers and third parties, and to continue managing our day-to-day operations with minimum impact on our customers' shipments
Middle East & Africa
Increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases have been reported in various African & Gulf countries
Governments in UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Lebanon, South Africa and Kenya imposed wide-ranging travel restrictions, with more governments expected to follow in coming days
Airlines across the region are forced to reroute and cancel scheduled passenger flights impacting belly hold capacity within the region and into Europe, US & Asia.
Existing capacity constraints between Europe-US/Asia are limiting the regular transit options usually supplying capacity for the African markets to/from US & Europe
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