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NEW YORK – As core labs remain shuttered or working at a reduced capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic, core lab directors and administrators worry about the effects on their businesses.

In March, many university administrators moved to send students home and began to limit their campuses to essential workers as concerns regarding the spread of COVID-19 grew. Local leaders and state governors also started to issue stay-at-home orders to encourage social distancing and help stop the spread of the disease.

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