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Many communities have been experiencing a growing restaurant scene over the last few years. In fact, recent years have been considered the “golden age” for restaurants. For now, that restaurant scene is virtually non-existent, and it looks nothing like it did six months ago because of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus. Restaurants have lost nearly three times more jobs than any other industry since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. While some restaurants are trying to keep their employees employed and their doors open with take-out only concepts, many have closed their doors, for now.

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