Results from the latest BCC Coronavirus Business Impact Tracker reveal that the majority of firms surveyed are in a position to partially restart operations as lockdown restrictions are eased:
Emergency funding, support for employee wages, self-employed income support, and tax deferment schemes, have all been put in place, and could help your business survive this extremely uncertain trading environment.
Commenting on the extension of the CLBILS scheme, including extending the lending limit to £200m, BCC Head of Economics Suren Thiru said:
A new poll by YouGov and Sheffield Hallam University has revealed that around one-in-three adults would now consider working in an NHS healthcare role due to the NHS’ response to the Covid-19 outbreak.
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Results from the latest BCC Coronavirus Business Impact Tracker reveal that firms are ready for a gradual reopening of the economy but will need continued, adaptable government support during a phased return to work.
As the UK starts to ease its lockdown restrictions, researchers are developing new techniques that could enable wastewater to be used to locate new infection hotspots or to help track a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
Commenting on the launch of a temporary government backed guarantee to support the provision of trade credit insurance for businesses, BCC Director General Adam Marshall said: