Coronavirus: Foreign skills shortage fears grow as top Auckland project worker leaves

A Stuff article.

A senior Italian manager has left a $1.2 billion tunnel project in Auckland because of Covid-19 travel uncertainties, raising worries about the impact of border restrictions on critical foreign skilled staff.

The plant manager for the joint venture contractor Ghella Abergeldie left the giant wastewater project called the Central Interceptor, as he did not know when he would be able to visit his home country again.

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