Life at Fonterra under level 3 will feel like level 4

Life at Fonterra under level 3 will feel like level 4
Rebecca Howard
Fonterra Cooperative Group won’t be removing controls too early even if the government does loosen the lockdown conditions early next week.“Should the alert be revised to level 3, it will feel much the same as level 4 for Fonterra employees,” chief executive Miles Hurrell said. Fonterra is "taking a cautious approach and not removing controls too early,” he said.This means only those considered “essential workers” will be in the workplace and strict safety controls will remain in place for those people, he said, pointing to temperature tes...

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