As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread, we remain committed here at InterVISTAS to ensuring the health, safety and well-being of our team, our clients, partners and suppliers as a priority. This is vital to maintaining the functioning of the projects, initiatives and businesses we are involved in.Within InterVISTAS, there are a number of measures we have taken to protect the health and safety of our teams including strict adherence to local health authorities rules on sheltering in place, working from home and hygiene practices including physical distancing.This nevertheless remains a rapidly-changing and unprecedented situation that is affecting lives, societies and economies around the world. The aviation, transportation and tourism sectors, as we have seen in recent days, have also had to make significant adjustments as a result.
We are therefore exploring additional ways to support our clients’ businesses to help ease the challenges that are currently being faced. This includes looking at preparations that need to be should there be further changes, as well as modeling the different recovery scenarios for the geographies we serve – in demand, supply, policies and processes that will invariably change in the coming months and years.
We know from experience that ongoing monitoring and preparation are vital as businesses move through incidents and crises. Alongside your health, safety and well-being they are also key to sustaining operations and business resilience. This is our focus as InterVISTAS – for our colleagues, for you, and for all our clients, partners and suppliers.
Understandably, we are monitoring developments continuously – around the world, across the countries we operate in, the projects we work on – and observing the guidance of the respective health authorities.
In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns, please connect with your usual contacts within InterVISTAS or write to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay safe, stay well.
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