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COVID-19 Update






COVID-19 UPDATE, 3rd April 2020

We are currently working from home and it is business as usual for most of our projects. If you are unsure whether your project is impacted, please contact the Project Manager. Our teams are also working to support essential services and the Government as and where we can with innovative initiatives, surveys and expert advice. If you would like to work with us on a project or are already working on something and you think we can help, please get in touch.

NIHIs Response to COVID-19



NIHI’s response to COVID-19

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 NIHI has been working to develop proposals and innovative tools to support essential services and the Government wherever possible. We’ve put together a short list of the projects we have been working on in the last few weeks.

Confirmed Cases Recovered Deaths




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