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Life Sciences: COVID-19 Report

Kenneth McCarthy • 6/26/2020

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The life sciences sector holds a unique place in the disruptive new landscape resulting from COVID-19. Like most businesses, it has been negatively impacted by the lockdowns, but it is also the sector expected to produce a vaccine or treatment that will mitigate the pandemic. 12 featured local market snapshots give an overview into the life sciences sector and the impact of the pandemic, establishing a baseline for analyzing potential impact in the months to come. 

The Life Sciences: COVID-19 Report explores the life science industry's unique position in the COVID-19 landscape, including: 

  • Pre-pandemic situation 
  • Sector employment trends 
  • Fight against the virus
  • Financial performance and real estate implications
  • Key market highlights  

Download the report to learn more.

 

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