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Corona virus (covid-19) is respiratory infection disease with symptoms like high fever, sore throat, dry cough and respiratory difficulties. According to World Health Organization’s data, about 333 000* people have been infected globally, while about 15 000* are estimated dead because of it. On top of the global health scene – the virus have took its’ toll on economy and peoples’ mental health.
At Darment, we take the virus seriously.
All of Darment’s personnel are healthy at the moment. We take care of good hygiene: personnel have been instructed to wash hands more than usual, keep certain distance to each other and avoid close contact. People who are able to work remotely, are advised to do so. During our free time, we also avoid leaving home and prioritize social contacts to be dealt from a far.
“Corona virus do not live in packages” reports YLE. Also Liikenne- ja viestintäministeriö informs that shipments and global transportation traffic can – and will be continued normally. Darment follows the situation actively and acts according Finnish authorities’ recommendations and regulations.
At Darment, we aim to ship everything normally, but buyers are advised to take notice on vast global cut offs from work force: there are sure to be some delays in shipments. Darment will inform the client about possible delays.
We wish clients to pay extra attenttion to their personal hygiene. If possible, we wish you to contact us by afar – by phone or email. We are happy to help with your purchases!
General instructions to avoid passing the virus along:
- Wash your hands often. Wear rubber gloves in public areas/at work if needed.
- Avoid touching your face.
- Cough to disposable cloth. Wear rubber gloves in public areas/at work if needed.
- Wash/Desinfect regularly touched surfaces often (phone, handles).
- Avoid public transportation, shopping centres and intimate social encounters.
- Maintain a proper safety area between you and other people (1-2 metres)
- Pay your purchases by card – prefer contactless payments.
We wish you all well – remember that we are all in this together!