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From the outset of the Internet and data services shutdown, Telenor has expressed grave concern over the ambiguous and indefinite nature of the shutdown.
This time around, the government shutdown leaves 420,000 federal employees working without pay while 380,000 have been furloughed.
Local small business owners and low-wage contract employees testified that the recent shutdown forced small businesses to lay-off staff, pushed them to choose between life-saving prescriptions and mortgage payments, and made government a less attractive employer and landlord for current and future innovative businesses.
17, as the shutdown neared four weeks, APHA and hundreds of partners signed a letter to Congress and Trump, asking that the government reopen to lessen further damage to public health.
Thankfully, when the shutdown ended in late January, researchers were able to quickly proceed to the park, though they probably won't be able to collect a full seven weeks of data.
In India alone, there were 154 internet shutdowns between January 2016 and May 2018.
To help cover the costs of the shutdown, 42 percent of federal workers took on new debts.
Among the agencies affected by the shutdown, the Environmental Protection Agency only had (https://www.usnews.com/news/top-news/articles/2019-01-23/factbox-impact-on-us-government-widens-on-33rd-day-of-shutdown) 800 of 14,000 employees  working.
This is also the case whenever the Malampaya gas facility is on shutdown.
Call for the shutdown has been given by the Joint Resistance Leadership comprising Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik and supported by the trade bodies of the district.
Over 800,000 federal workers have gone without pay since December 22, when the shutdown came into place due to an impasse between the US Congress and US President Donald Trump.
Ask travelers about the partial government shutdown, and you may get a dismissive answer.