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In late June the WTO reported Kazakhstan among the hardest virus-hit countries worldwide. As the number of infections countrywide soared to almost 42,000, from about 5,000 cases registered in mid-May, when confinement measures were significantly eased, State authorities reimposed a further lockdown commencing 5 July to battle the surge in coronavirus cases. In terms of the latest quarantine regime 80% of business turned to remote working mode with the workforce being recommended to stay at home while lockdown restrictions are in place. At the same time retail and F&B outlets temporarily ceased or have significantly reduced operations. The lockdown restrictions, however, may be eased or lifted already in August once the epidemiological situation in the region improves. 


The migration workforce back to places of business will look different for every organization in every segment of CRE market. How can real estate owners most effectively prepare their assets for the return of building occupants? And how can employers make sure they are prepared to receive their workforce—and make sure their employees are prepared? 


We are proud to announce the release of industry-specific Readiness Essentials Checklists to share experiences, industry knowledge and best practices across the globe. Commencing this week we are running a series of publications related to industry-specific comprehensive guides for real estate tenants and landlords on reopening workplace across all segments of CRE market as quarantine restrictions are lifted. 

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