New coronavirus measures - what future holds for sectors hit hardest by pandemic

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Just two weeks ago people were being urged to return to work to save jobs, businesses and livelihoods - now we're being told to work from home if possible to save lives. This is what the future holds for the worst hit parts of the economy

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