How Europe is Coping with Supply Chain Disruption
APRIL 14, 2020
On top of this, a growing number of truck and van drivers are off work, often with symptoms of the virus, while many warehouse workers are unhappy about the risks posed. The Federal Government is therefore relaxing rules to allow asylum seekers and migrants from non-EU countries such as Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia or Montenegro without a work permit to start working in agriculture for short periods. Adapting to the present and future challenges of COVID-19.