Restart needed

Posted on 21 Dec 2021
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We need less than a week to restart, small businesses say A survey by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) reveals that Britain’s smallest businesses would need less than a week's notice to restart operations. Only 3% of businesses said they would need more than three weeks' notice to get back up and running once lockdown restrictions are eased, the BCC's coronavirus business impact tracker found. Elsewhere, a poll of members by the Institute of Directors found just 49% of firms believed that they could "operate viably at pre-lockdown levels" while maintaining social distancing rules. "Social distancing presents an unprecedented challenge for firms and some may be simply unable to make it work,” said the IoD’s Jonathan Geldart.

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