The government of one part of the British Isles has produced guidelines for removal firms.
Until now, house moving in an era of social distancing has proven a problem for the wider house sales industry but the government on the Channel island of Guernsey claims it has cracked it.
Guernsey estate agents were allowed to resume viewings and open their offices last weekend.
The authority's new guidance says removals can take place but only in a property where there has been no cases or suspected cases of Coronavirus for the previous 14 days.
All internal doors at the property should remain open to avoid contact with door handles, owners should not be present to avoid congestion, and items should already be packed prior to removal day.
No vulnerable removers - such as those with heart problems or asthma - should work.
The island's government says only one member of the team should be in any removal truck; others should travel separately.
A maximum of five people can be on site and they should use hand sanitiser and wear disposable gloves and overalls. Staff should not use the toilet at the property.
Staff must socially distance and if a solo member of staff cannot move an item, mechanical lifting equipment should be “investigated” - only if that is not possible should multiple people lift an item.
On Saturday estate agents on Guernsey were allowed to reopen their offices, and to resume viewings, surveys and marketing.
However there are strict guidelines in force to ensure social distancing; Estate Agent Today had this story on how one firm on the island is managing to operate safely in the 'new normal'.
And you can see Guernsey government's removals guidelines here.