ASYCUDA Programme is supporting user countries in ensuring business continuity while reducing the spread of the virus.
Since mid-April 2020, more than half of the planet’s population has been confined. Travel is limited but borders remain open to avoid any disruption of the supply chains of essential goods like food and medical supplies. People are encouraged or mandated to stay at home, respect social distancing and avoid mass gatherings. Nonessential businesses are closed, and telecommuting has replaced working at the office where possible. Thanks to these measures set by Governments and the active participation, respect of rules and solidarity of the populations and medical staff, the impact of the virus is slowly being reduced, and there is hope for a total control in a near future.