Report predicts 38 per cent cut in value of West Norfolk goods and services because of coronavirus
The value of all goods and services produced in West Norfolk could fall by almost 40 per cent because of the coronavirus crisis, according to a new report.
The warning comes as Norfolk County Council officials forecast a multi-million pound budget shortfall due to the costs of tackling the pandemic, despite additional government funding.
The fears have been set out in two reports, which will be considered at a virtual meeting of the authority's ruling cabinet on Monday week, May 11.
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