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The coronavirus pandemic has sent shockwaves through nations and economies, from disrupted supply chains to restrictions on social interactions to slow the spread of the virus. For many construction sites throughout Australia, however, work continues.
Global focus on the spread of the illness is coupled with a deep preoccupation—the idea of an economic slowdown; a fear that productivity—everywhere—will grind to a halt.
Here is some reliable information that can help you stay healthy and prepare your construction business for the potential problems stemming from what is now a global pandemic.
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