3 Tips for what we can do during the outbreak response



Let’s talk a little bit about coronavirus.

It didn’t even come to our attention when the news of unexplained pneumonia in Wuhan came out in Dec. 2019. Our factory was still working overtime for the last order. Our#SUPACK #biodegradable #packaging #manufacturing   is on holiday from Jan.18th and the news was getting more and more intense. The tensions reached a peak on January 23rd, two days before the Lunar New Year holiday when the government announced that Wuhan had closed the city. 291 were diagnosed on January 20th and 11,890 on February 1st. The spread of this speed, much faster than SARS! Far More contagious and insidious than SARS.

Major Public Health first-level responses have been launched in major Chinese provinces since January 22. The government immediately mobilized various forces to fight the epidemic and deployed various resources to support Wuhan city. All restaurants, shopping malls, cinemas, KTV and hotels have suspended their operations under the call of the management. They have put up propaganda leaflets and proposals from floor to floor, promptly cracked down on businesses that are profiting from national calamity and worked 24 hours a day to build mobile cabin hospitals, countless medical and ambulance personnel from all over the country participated in the first-line treatment. The epidemic prevention staff followed up with all the staff who had close contact with the patient. So what can we do?

People are basically staying at home of their own free will, and virtually all roads are closed. Other towns have also set up checkpoints at intersections to prevent outsiders from entering. And in this unimaginable and terrible situation, many people managed to keep a sense of humor and get through it.

The Author remained at home for 40 days and hardly went out except to buy daily necessities. Here are some tips on how to spend your Days in home:

  1. Don’t spread unpublished reports and overinterpret rumors

At this critical moment, do not spread at will and forward to others in the social software at will about no confirmed information. You know, your retweets and coupled with the further exposure of many people who do not know the truth will bring about a huge panic effect and negative emotions. So start with yourself and don’t spread unconfirmed information. It’s not going to help matters much.

  1. Protect your health and that of your family, and spend more time with them

Don’t go out when you don’t have to. Take precautions yourself, don’t go out to play, dinner, shopping and go on a trip. Stay at home peacefully, read a book, make a pastry, watch TV or watch movies with your child. Review what you’re doing and plan what you’re going to do. Reducing the burden on the medical staff is the greatest tribute we can pay to the front line workers.

  1. As far as possible self-conscious telecommuting, have confidence in the government’s ability to contain the outbreak.

On Dec. 9th ,1914. Edison’s factory in West Orange, New Jersey, caught fire and exploded, but the insurance pays less than a third.At the scene of the fire, Edison told a reporter from the New York Times: ‘Although I am over 67 years old, I’ll start all over again tomorrow. I am pretty well burned out tonight, but tomorrow there will be a mobilization here and the debris will be cleared away, if it is cooled sufficiently, and I will go right to work to reconstruct the plant.’ He even told with his son: ‘Go get your mother and all her friends. They’ll never see a fire like this again.’ The fire burned his life’s work, but it couldn’t shake his optimism.In these difficult times, what we need most is optimism.

It was a time of emotional and anxious news. Someone took one look at a photo of a front-line hero on twitter and started to cry,  Ebay / Amazon seller of face masks was adamant that prices were going up. It could be me, it could be you, it could be him. The Greenhornes sang: ‘Spring brings The rain, With winter comes pain, Every season, Has an end’. It will pass, even at great cost. You got TA start over, even with a hole in your heart. At this point you might think that the main point of this article is to comfort you. But no, we are all adults or middle aged, and you don’t need my cheap reassurance. What you need are my cheap business tips, such as how to optimize your product packaging during this critical period. I will do what I can, with what I have, where I am .

What I learned from the coronavirus outbreak is that life is fragile and unpredictable. But we should never lose our focus.This outbreak is by no means the greatest crisis of your foreign trade career.Lacking of initiative, judgment, confidence and fear of trying, they will be our biggest crisis.




Finally, To all the first line of medics!