London – according to recent reports, the steel industry of the United Kingdom will not have to deal with a severe outcome as a result of the second lockdown that will occur on November 5, although Covid 19 cases are continuing to grow.

Steelworks is going to continue maintaining its manufacturing sites, construction sites, and will remain open. In certain locations, such as at car showrooms, this could have a significant impact on overall output, which was impacted greatly earlier in the year according to sources from S&P Global Platts said, “There should not be any impact on sales because the industry itself is not been shut down,” stated a APL Kwikform spokesperson, representing a major part of the ownership of Port Talbot steelworks in Wales. “We are working in the safest manner possible and these changes do not affect us directly.”

For England only, the new lockdown will affect them, yet Wales is currently on the second week of the lockdown which is slated to end November 9, yet in Northern Ireland, after a lockdown that has lasted a month, will end November 13, and in Scotland they have recently introduced what is called a five tier Covid 19 …

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