are packages delivered from china safe
Yes,it’s safe to receive a package from China. No,there are no media blackouts: Exploding myths about Covid-19 Yes,it’s safe to receive a package from China. No,there are no media blackouts: Exploding myths about Covid-19 There are a few common misconceptions around the coronavirus. Here,we take some of them head on.
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Is it safe to open letters or packages from China?
We鈥檝e received calls about if it鈥檚 safe to open letters or packages from China. People are worried that the virus might somehow live long enough to make it to the U.S. Dr. Richard Whitley, a UAB doctor and infectious disease researcher says people don鈥檛 need to worry.
Is it safe to buy from China now?
It is not uncommon in this day and age to have items delivered from China if you鈥檙e shopping online. The World Health Organisation is quite clear on this point. It says: 鈥淵es, it is safe. People receiving packages from China are not at risk of contracting the new coronavirus.
How long does it take for a package from China to arrive?
A package from China takes at least three days to arrive in California, The Denver Post, citing UPS and FedEx estimates, reported. Though scientists are still working to understand the novel virus, it is closely related to SARS, which can live on surfaces for about two days, according to a 2003 University of Minnesota study.
What is the cheapest way to ship a small package?
As a rule of thumb, at about $5 per kilo, express freight is the cheapest shipping mode for packages or small shipments up to about 150 kg. But watch out, some couriers will charge an astronomical amount if you are not a registered customer.