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Coronavirus (COVID-19)
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The coronavirus outbreak is a constantly evolving situation, and The Quick Group is committed to staying in close communication with our customers during this health crisis. This page is designed to provide you with the latest information and answers to your questions regarding how the outbreak is impacting global shipments. We’re also including links to relevant information published by expert sources. If you have questions or need information that is not addressed on this page, please contact your local customer service office or your Quick/Sterling representative.

In the meantime, we remain focused on continuing to deliver the transportation solutions that meet your urgent shipping needs.

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President Biden signed restrictions today on travel to the U.S. to mitigate COVID-19 transmission.

President Biden signed restrictions today on travel to the U.S. to mitigate COVID-19 transmission.

U.S. citizens from entry if they have recently been in South Africa, where a new strain of COVID-19 has been identified. The President also reinstated broader restrictions that were in effect much of 2020, but were rescinded by the previous administration. These limits affect non-U.S. citizens traveling from the UK, Ireland and much of Europe.

https://www.washingtonpost.com

BREAKING NEWS: First case of Brazil coronavirus variant identified in the United States

25 Jan, 2021 - North America, EMEA, LATAM, APAC
Minnesota health authorities said the case of the highly transmissible variant involved “a Minnesota resident with recent travel history to Brazil” and was detected through random surveillance of blood samples.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced today that it will require a negative COVID-19 test from all air passengers entering the United States in an effort to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.

CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield is expected to sign the order today, which will go into effect on January 26. https://www.nytimes.com
Resources
Did you know that the age to donate ranges from 17 to 66?

Did you know that the age to donate ranges from 17 to 66?

26 Jan, 2021
As long as you meet the donation criteria, a fit and healthy person should be able to donate blood several times a year. www.redcross.org
Listen to the latest episode of the Quick Conversations podcast!

Listen to the latest episode of the Quick Conversations podcast!

22 Jan, 2021 - Podcasts & eBooks

IT Roundtable: The Show Must Go On

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If you plan on going out, the CDC reminds us to take these steps to slow the spread of COVID19.

If you plan on going out, the CDC reminds us to take these steps to slow the spread of COVID19.

15 Jan, 2021
The more steps we take to help prevent the spread, the safer we will be. https://www.redcross.org
Did you know that the donation of blood can help COVID19 patients?

Did you know that the donation of blood can help COVID19 patients?

15 Jan, 2021
Blood, platelets and plasma are all tested for COVID-19 antibodies. Blood donations that test positive for antibodies can help treat COVID-19 patients with plasma transfusions. https://www.redcross.org
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