How COVID-19 wreaked havoc on our supply chains

KYW In Depth: Coronavirus
Thursday, June 18th
Supply chains are how products and services get developed, made, delivered, sent from the place where they're manufactured to the place someone needs them. When the coronavirus pandemic hit and businesses everywhere shut down, basically all of our supply chains were disrupted. That's part of the reason why stores were out of chicken or toilet paper, or why people couldn't get through to call centers, or why hospitals couldn't find enough surgical gowns. Months later, we've had time to innovate and adapt and some of our supply chains are back to normal, while others have changed permanently. Dave Kurz, Associate Clinical Professor at Drexel's LeBow College of Business joins KYW In Depth to talk about how COVID-19 has changed how we make and deliver and consume things, in some cases for good. 

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