This sudden new coronavirus is a test for China’s foreign trade, but it does not mean that China’s foreign trade will lie down.
2:54 p.m. ET, January 27, 2020, Dr. Nancy Messonnier, director of the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, said there was no evidence the new coronavirus could be transmitted through imported goods, CNN reported.
Our cooperation will continue, and if you are concerned about the risks associated with the transportation of goods, I assure you that our products will be fully disinfected in factories and warehouses, and that the goods will take a long time in transit and that the virus will not survive, which you can follow the official response of the World Health Organization.
So far, none of the out-of-office personnel checked have found a single case of a patient with fever and cough. Subsequently, we will also strictly follow the requirements of government departments and epidemic prevention teams to review the return of personnel to ensure that prevention and control in place.
Although no symptoms of the outbreak found in our factory, we still all-round prevention and control, to ensure the safety of our products, to ensure the safety of employees.
For new orders, we will check the rest inventory and work out a plan for the production capacity. We are confident in our ability to absorb the new orders. Therefore, there will be no impact on future deliveries.
The Chinese government has taken the most comprehensive and stringent preventive and control measures, and we believe that China is fully capable and confident to win the battle against this epidemic. The epidemic will eventually be brought under control and eliminated.
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Post time: Feb-26-2020