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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    Businesses want to hear the Government's plan for what will happen next

    Businesses want to hear the Government's plan for what will happen next


    Auckland's going to level three after four cases of Covid-19 community transmission were found in a south Auckland family, which is self-isolating.

    Two of them went to work and some workmates are showing symptoms and are waiting for test results.

    Auckland Chamber of Commerce CEO Michael Barnett says this could be destructive and confusing for businesses, which are low on reserves and light on confidence.

    He says if the Government has a plan, they should give it to businesses, not just leak it out piecemeal.

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