COVID 2nd wave and impact on Small Businesses

With the COVID 2nd wave and related lockdowns, many small businesses in the country are facing a crisis and almost 40% are out of funds. Below is the survey conducted in the Doing Business circle in which some of you who represent a small business may have participated.

COVID 2nd wave and impact on Small Businesses

Do review the report and share the link above with small businesses you know.

LocalCircles on behalf of small businesses will escalate this to the Government and any inputs you have will be appreciated. more  

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Declaring the so called lockdown which is absolutely of no use has become a fashion for some CMs who just do not have the basic qualifications to be the CM. The Carona Virus is weakening at present and there is no need of further lockdowns. Better for the states to prepare for the black fungus and the next variant which is due in Septmeber wherein kids are going to be affected most more  
Many developed countries had resorted to lockdowns to control the virus. I am sure Govts. in those countries were run by the people above average intelligence. more  
Why only those mentioned by Mr.Csn Sharma? Even me and may be Mr.Sharma are also suffering. more  
In pandemic situation may sectors suffers and it is not new. more  
The impact is not only on MSMES, but also on big companies. People working in realty, hospitality, tourism, hotels, small owner driven businesses, farmers, etc are also severely affected. Workers working in hauling materials in cities and towns have lost a living wage. All this could have been avoided if only the governments had kept the pressure of protocols of covid on all including political activities. Lessons were not learnt from what happened in other countries. When governments became casual wrt the virus, the people also followed suit. more  
With such a pandemic of such a huge nature these things are bound to happen. Better to stop complaining. Every one is suffering. Not only India, the whole world is suffering more  
Daily/ Weekly Paid Workers, Employees, Professionals, irrespective of Cast suffering for Food and Livelihood more  
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