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Agree with the previous posts. As the coach, I'd put it to the group to coidesnr the impact of the individuals being absent and what if anything should be done about it. I would encourage the team to self-manage on this issue in terms of next steps. If needed, I'd ask some questions around how this impacts group cohesion, deliverables and the schedule, and if the problem owner needs to be updated.

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