Sunwill has so far been able to restore its staffing levels to around 60 per cent, after around 700 workers returned from an extended Lunar New Year holiday and nationwide lockdowns to control the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: He Huifeng Sunwill has so far been able to restore its staffing levels to around 60 per cent, after around 700 workers returned from an extended Lunar New Year holiday and nationwide lockdowns to control the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: He Huifeng
Sunwill has so far been able to restore its staffing levels to around 60 per cent, after around 700 workers returned from an extended Lunar New Year holiday and nationwide lockdowns to control the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: He Huifeng

Coronavirus: China’s small businesses ‘still losing blood’ despite creative means of retrieving stranded workers

  • Sunwill in China’s Guangdong province has been able to bring back 60 per cent of its staff by sending buses to neighbouring provinces, cutting the quarantine to five days
  • As of the start of last week, around 26,000 or half of the provinces major industrial firms with annual revenue of more than 20 million yuan, had restarted production

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Sunwill has so far been able to restore its staffing levels to around 60 per cent, after around 700 workers returned from an extended Lunar New Year holiday and nationwide lockdowns to control the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: He Huifeng Sunwill has so far been able to restore its staffing levels to around 60 per cent, after around 700 workers returned from an extended Lunar New Year holiday and nationwide lockdowns to control the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: He Huifeng
Sunwill has so far been able to restore its staffing levels to around 60 per cent, after around 700 workers returned from an extended Lunar New Year holiday and nationwide lockdowns to control the spread of the coronavirus. Photo: He Huifeng
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