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Supply chain disruptions are expected to continue in the household and personal care, beverages, packaged food among other industries driven by potential illnesses among workers as the Omicron variant surges in the U.S., according to RBC Capital Markets.

Analysts led by Nik Modi have said they anticipate Omicron will disrupt some of the progress seen at California ports. The disruptions to the already tight labour market are anticipated to hit production and transportation, and RBC expects the supply chain to take substantial steps backwards in the next six weeks.

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