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Businesses to comply with COVID safe guidelines

 

May 19, 2021 09:55:24 AM

Businesses to comply with COVID safe guidelines Businesses with coronavirus safe operations plans can reopen soon but with strict guidelines.

Permanent Secretary for Health Dr James Fong said the Ministry of Commerce had announced a system of passes to allow businesses with coronavirus safe operations plans to reopen.

Dr. Fong while speaking during the press conference last night said a digital portal for obtaining passes is being developed and will roll out soon.

He said the Ministry will announce details within the next two days on how businesses and employers can apply through that process to operate with the appropriate safeguards in place. 

“We expect to see employers and businesses to put careful thought into coronavirus safe operations plans,” he said.

“We want you to re-open, we want you to employ people because we need your full might behind alleviating the socioeconomic burden of this pandemic.

“But that has to be done in extremely well-managed ways, I urge businesses not to begin this process with a temporary timeline in mind.

“Normal has a new definition, the world has adapted to cater for the risks of the virus, so must we. I cannot promise that the results of our testing will make reopening feasible for everyone.

“But we have to at least begin the process of putting forward coronavirus safe business plans that manage the risks of resuming operations responsibly,” he said.

Dr Fong said Fiji was heading into a new phase, a new normal that the rest of the world has embraced but the country is yet to fully adopt.

“We’re heading into a new phase, Fiji, a new normal that the rest of the world has embraced but that we are yet to fully adopt, we have to take careful steps.

“We have to maintain a constant state of vigilance. We must sustain our commitment to the measures we know can keep us safe,” he said.

He said if new cases come about and future restrictions must come into place.

By Nacanieli Tuilevuka

 

 

 

 

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