Businesses Take Additional Security Measures Anticipating Civil Unrest Post Election In The US

  • November 03, 2020 02:30 PM AEDT
  • Team Kalkine

Companies and big businesses are preparing themselves for any possible upheaval after the election. Companies are seen taking all kinds of security measures, businesses are seen boarding up their storefronts citing reasons like ‘for protection of physical assets’ and ‘to avoid any kind of loss’ in case a civil unrest breaks out in reaction to the results.

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Civilians too have been sharing videos and photographs of precautionary measures taken by renowned companies in the US to safeguard their office and industry sites. Some have also observed and shared that this kind of heightened safety measures around a presidential election is probably seen for the first time.

Meanwhile, as per media sources, so far, more than 97 million Americans who have already voted across the country.



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