As the COVID-19 lockdown continues in the UK, the Bailiwick of Guernsey, a British Crown dependency, issued operational guidance on 28 April for removals companies wishing to return to work on the islands.
While similar advice has not yet been given by the UK governments, the guidance gives an insight into what may be expected when restrictions are eased in the future.
Heidi Soulsby, President of the Committee for Health & Social Care said, “Lifting restrictions for the limited number of businesses that are now allowed to operate in the Bailiwick also means that restrictions have to be lifted for certain other businesses to support their operations. Removal companies are one such business. This new guidance sets out the strict social distancing and hygiene requirements that are required to ensure removal companies can operate safely and protect their staff and customers.”
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