It has been another week of incremental changes in Asia.

On the positive side of things, Macau has lifted all quarantine requirements for travelers arriving from mainland China.  Japan is accepting and processing Certificate of Eligibility (COE) applications for medium and long-term stays, albeit processing times are longer than normal.  In Singapore, the number of visa being approved seems to be increasing.

In less happy news, areas in India are reverting to more restrictive policies.  We hope these measures will quickly bring positive results.

Yesterday we posted our final installment of the assignee experience as impacted by current events. Part I focused on the complications caused by pre-arrival and arrival procedures and Part II explored challenges posed by quarantine requirements.  In Part III, we explore the assignee experience during the post-quarantine service delivery.

You may also click this week’s report below to open in a new window.

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