Since mid-March, United Nations Headquarters has operated with a maximum onsite occupancy of 200 to 300 people a day, with a vast majority of the Organization's staff working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

On 20 July, as part of the phased return of personnel to UN premises, maximum occupancy will increase to about 400 people, or roughly 10 per cent of that in normal times, and the complex will be ready to welcome back the next group of staff. Masayoshi Suga visited the premises for the first time in four months to check out the safety and health measures in place during Phase 1.

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