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GIA Reopens 5 Laboratories

It reopened laboratories in Antwerp, Carlsbad, Gaborone, Johannesburg and Tokyo.

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(PRESS RELEASE) CARLSBAD, CA  – As GIA continues to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic, the institute has reopened laboratories in Antwerp, Carlsbad, Gaborone, Johannesburg and Tokyo with modified schedules and limited capacity. For details, updates and information regarding GIA locations, click here.

“Our first priority is to protect the health and safety of all staff, clients and visitors,” said Tom Moses, GIA executive vice president and chief research and laboratory officer. “As we work to meet our clients’ needs whenever and wherever possible, we are planning for the safe opening of all other GIA locations as soon as conditions and government authorities permit.”

The GIA laboratories in Johannesburg and Tokyo opened on May 7. Visitors must make an appointment to visit the Johannesburg laboratory and the Tokyo location will accept and return items by transport only. GIA Antwerp opened on May 11, also by appointment only. GIA Gaborone also opened on May 11. The laboratory in Carlsbad opened on May 18 and will only accept submissions via shipment.

The GIA Bangkok, Hong Kong and Ramat Gan laboratories remain open. All GIA locations abide by local government mandates and follow best practices to maintain health and safety. The decisions to close and reopen GIA facilities were made in accordance with government directives.

The institute will continue to monitor the situation and make adjustments as needed.

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