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Businesses roll out worker mass vaccinations

Brent Melville
Mon, 13 Sep 2021

Red Stag is limiting the risk of covid affecting timber supplies. (Image: Supplied)
Brent Melville
Mon, 13 Sep 2021
Red Stag Timber has scheduled vaccinations for more than 400 staff and contractors at its Rotorua sawmill at the end of this month, to help reduce the risk of losing almost a third of the country’s structural timber production.Chief executive Marty Verry told BusinessDesk the vaccinations had been confirmed for three days from Sept 30 at its sawmill and its recently opened $50 million cross-laminated timber plant. The firm is expecting to entice more than 1,000 employees, contractors and whānau into receiving their first dose. Only a...

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