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How COVID supply chain issues are impacting small businesses

Silog and Halo-halo that require number of ingredients Source: Purple Yum Bakery

Disruptions in the supply chain are hurting small businesses, as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the country.

A cafe in Melbourne has been shouldering the rising costs as the owner, currently handling the operations, is looking for solutions and alternatives to maintain the quality of food and service.

"We always make sure that we maintain our food quality. But at the moment, getting supplies for ingredients is becoming more challenging," shares small business owner Joan Sablan. 

Listen to the podcast here:  

Filipino-owned café sa Melbourne, ramdam ang kakulangan sa food supply
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Highlights

  • Aside from food supply chain issues, another challenge arise as one of the staff had been identified as a close contact 
  • Workers who have been a close contact are now allowed to return to work as long as their rapid antigen test result is negative
  • The federal government has lifted the 40-hour-a-fortnight cap on student visa-holder workers

 

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