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TUESDAY, 17 MARCH 2020
COVID-19 update from WIPO
WIPO has put in place remote working arrangements for its staff to ensure that the processing of applications filed via its Global IP Services is not affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.
It is continuing to process applications filed through the PCT, Madrid System and Hague System and to administer other IP and related systems.
The Organization has closed its Geneva headquarters to everyone apart from those who are essential to the delivery of its business continuity protocol.
“The World Intellectual Property Organization is dedicated to ensuring the health and safety of its personnel, while implementing plans that allow us to continue to deliver our important work program,” said WIPO Director General Francis Gurry. “In these worrisome times, the entire WIPO workforce stands in solidarity with the global community as we work together to overcome Covid-19.”
Posted by: Blog Administrator @ 09.06
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