China blocked its borders to foreigners to prevent a reintroduction of COVID-19 after taming its community spread domestically.
Fifty-two ports in India have declared force majeure after a three-week lockdown was declared in the world’s second most populous nation.
Nearly a quarter of the global population is now on lockdown:
Singapore, among the first countries hit by COVID-19 and the first to report first-quarter economic statistics, said its economy shrank 10.4% in the first three months of the year compared with the prior quarter.
All our top 20 ship-to states are now under some level of stay-at-home restrictions.
Our 3D Printing team is donating services to assist in part production for safety equipment and ventilators; we helped design, produced and delivered a silicon prototype for a face mask for seal testing in less than 24 hours.
M. Holland is open for business, deemed essential and will continue to operate at full capacity. We have issued the following status statement:
In accordance with the guidance provided by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), M. Holland Company is considered a member of a critical infrastructure industry and will therefore remain operative. As such, with any necessary accommodations made to ensure the health and safety of our staff and business partners, we will continue to fully perform our normal business operations.
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We will provide further COVID-19 bulletins as circumstances dictate. For all COVID-19 updates and notices, please refer to the M. Holland website.