A new variant of COVID-19 named Omicron was reported this past weekend, prompting many countries to take measures to minimize its transmission, such as imposing travel bans. It is a reminder that the COVID-19 pandemic remains a supply chain risk. Will the risk of a COVID-related supply chain disruption be greater in 2022 compared to this year? Which potential disruptions are the most concerning . . .
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