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General Safety Tips in India

PM Relocations built a reputation for trust and peace of mind in the house moving industry since 1986. Our dedication hasn't faltered, even in the face of adversity, and has become even stronger.
"Safety First" is at the heart of everything we do, and every member of our team is committed to completing your move as swiftly and safely as possible. The health of our customers and personnel has been front in our minds as we seek to adjust and fast develop new systems.

Relocate to a Safe Zone

Make sure the location you want to go to isn't in a confinement zone or isn't too near to one. It carries an adverse health risk, a significant concern while transferring. Conduct a careful study to ensure that the location you intend to relocate to is safe and risk-free. Move to a relatively secure zone where the preventive measures are appropriately implemented after studying the density of instances in the region.

Will my relocation be hampered in any way?

Relocating is considered an essential service; we have been granted permission to continue operating and providing moving services. People will continue to need to relocate, and we plan to assist them safely and responsibly.

However, some of the places in India are subject to restrictions, and capacity in particular regions may be limited according to driver and crew availability. Don't hesitate to contact your PM Relocations move coordinator to learn how it may impact your unique area and move. If altering municipal, state, or federal standards influences your relocation, your PMR move coordinator will keep you informed as soon as possible.

Have you received a COVID-19 vaccine?

Vaccinate yourself whenever possible. If the vaccination takes two doses, wait two weeks before traveling after receiving the second dose. If the immunization takes just one dose, do not travel for at least two weeks following receiving the vaccine. Any vaccine takes time for your body to develop protection. You'll be less likely to spread COVID-19 once you've been completely vaccinated, and you'll be able to travel more safely both inside India and overseas once you've been fully vaccinated. If you go worldwide, though, you may be at a higher risk of contracting COVID-19 since immunization rates diversify by place.

Does your home or destination have rules or restrictions for travelers?

Even if you've had all of your vaccinations, you must adhere to local, state, and federal testing and travel regulations. Remember Safety Comes First!