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"The bottom line is that, while the industry is currently dealing with a high volume of business interruption claims, restaurant owners and their insurance agents need to also think about the claims we haven't seen yet," Crystal Jacobs, vice president and program director at Restaurant Guard Insurance, said in a statement. (Credit: Shutterstock) “The bottom line is that, while the industry is currently dealing with a high volume of business interruption claims, restaurant owners and their insurance agents need to also think about the claims we haven’t seen yet,” Crystal Jacobs, vice president and program director at Restaurant Guard Insurance, said in a statement. (Credit: Shutterstock)

COVID-19 has fundamentally changed how we think about our world. From the way we interact with one another to the way businesses operate, nothing will be the same if and when a vaccine is found.

Because COVID-19 appeared so suddenly, many industries were completely blindsided by the disruptions that occurred as a result: businesses forced to close, employees transitioning to working from home where possible, mass layoffs and much more. One industry that has been affected, in particular, is the restaurant industry. Now, as certain states look to jumpstart their economies, restaurants in those states must weigh the pros and cons of opening their doors once more.

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