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Editorial Editor Ryan Lloyd ryan@opusbm.co.uk


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Hello and welcome to the January issue of Tomorrow’s FM.


Less than 10 days after the Government moved most of the country into tier 4, the nation now finds itself having more drastic measures imposed on it in the form of a third lockdown. Some would argue it’s the worst sequel ever - worse even, than the universally loathed Godfather 3. A new variant of the virus has seen us able to ‘flatten the curve’ along the y-axis rather than the x-axis on Chief Scientific Officer Patrick Vallance’s graphs and has made an already precarious situation even more alarming.


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The UK is pinning its hopes on the largest vaccine rollout in the country’s history, with two million doses delivered to the elderly and clinically vulnerable per week over the next month and a half. It’s a huge undertaking and we should know whether we’re on track to meet that target over the coming fortnight.


With this in mind, it seems fitting that we take a look at the Hospital and Healthcare sector this month where Andrews Sykes reviews the role of temporary climate control solutions in COVID-19 testing and vaccination centres. Tomorrow’s FM also managed to catch up with Jake Kane of Business Moves Group (BMG) to talk about the company’s collaboration with NHS Scotland over the course of the pandemic.


Elsewhere, FMC Network recently conducted research into diversity within the FM industry. In a headline feature this month, the organisation talks us through this research in which it found both encouraging signs for the future and some room for improvement in creating a more inclusive workforce.


On behalf of all the Tomorrow’s FM team, we wish you a very happy new year.


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