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What does the Work Place Look Like at Level 2 and Beyond

Cushman & Wakefield has successfully returned one million people to offices in China across 10,000 sites after lockdowns their ended.

The estimate a typical worker will come into contact with approximately 40 different "touch-points" that could potentially transmit the coronavirus throughout the day.

Door handles, pedestrian crossings, lift panels, handrails, bin lids, kitchen taps, vending machines – pulling, pushing, pressing, turning.

"Our recommendation for day one is the removal of crockery and cutlery, any shared consumables or kitchen implements, replacing them with recyclable coffee cups, water bottles, wooden knives and forks”.

Full article here.