Coronavirus - Impact on Mobility to Italy Update from Arletti&Partners

HOW MOBILITY TOWARDS THE ITALIAN TERRITORY CHANGES:

On Tuesday the 17th of March the Ministry of Health, in collaboration with the Ministry of Transport, promulgated a new Ministerial Decree (n. 120/2020) with the aim of regulating returns to Italy.

The provisions, which will remain in force until Wednesday the 25th of March (with the possibility of an extension), are as follows:

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Member Update - Impact on India March 17th

GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS AND IMPACT ON MOBILITY

Our aim at HELMA International is to keep our employees and our clients safe and informed at all times with data that is correct and coherent. Here’s a quick snapshot of the latest update on steps taken by the Government for prevention of an outbreak, and the impact it has on Global Mobility

Immigration

India bans entry to all travelers (irrespective of visa or passport type) from EU, EFTA, Turkey and the UK with effect from 18th March till 31st March. The travelers include Indian nationals.

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Member Update - Impact on France - 17th March

GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS AND IMPACT ON MOBILITY

France has announced a state of confinement and a 15-day lockdown, which means all schools, offices, stores, businesses, restaurants, cafes are to be closed and where possible work from home to be implemented. Self-quarantine is mandatory.

All essential services including hospitals, pharmacies, gas stations and grocery stores would remain open.

Regional travel within France would be slowly reduced by allowing fewer trains and flights.

Quarantine regulations

Shanghai

Impact on Members - China & Hong Kong Update March 16th

Dima Lorenz, VP Dwellworks China