SIP is seeing a steady and well-organized progress of resumption of business operations after the novel coronavirus (formally known as 2019-nCoV and now COVID-19) epidemic has caused temporary closedown of most of the enterprises in the area.
With the approval from competent authorities, CMAB, a comprehensive biomedicine business service supplier in SIP’s Dushu Lake Science & Education Innovation Zone, resumed its operations on Feb 10. The company has 210 employees and is following a special work shift schedule to control the number of employees on duty, while carrying out strict temperature checks and workplace disinfection and other measures to prevent the virus in an all-around way.
“The employees must have their temperature taken at the entrance and wear masks and goggles. Otherwise, they will not be allowed to enter the workplace,” said an executive at the company.
It is learnt the authorities of different sub-districts and functional zones in SIP have enhanced efforts to deal with enterprises’ applications for resumption of operations. On- and off-line inspection and administrative service mechanisms have been adopted to ensure enterprises can resume operations as soon as possible and take effective anti-epidemic measures during their operations.
Moreover, SIP authorities are trying their best to help enterprises that have resumed operations solve such difficulties as labor and fund shortages and challenges in logistics transportation caused by the epidemic.
February 11, 2020