Covid-19: Second national lockdown gets a mixed reaction from UK contractor sector

Covid-19: Second national lockdown gets a mixed reaction from UK contractor sector

A second national lockdown being imposed in England this Thursday due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is receiving a very mixed response from the contractor sector.

Supporters say that the four-week shutdown announced by Boris Johnson on Saturday and due to run from November 5th to December 2nd, could be helpful to bolster Track and Trace

In fact, agency body the REC says that while Mr Johnson’s order is a “big step” with “many challenges,” there is a “need to control the spread of the virus with better [technology.]” 

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