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The case for a restaurant bailout

patsully | Sep 23, 202009:20 AM     6

I hope momentum grows for this idea, because winter is going to be rough for most restaurants.

"The whole “airborne” debate can get very complicated and technical, but the basic issue is simple: Indoor dining is very unsafe. And the outdoor dining that’s been used as a substitute is running out of steam as weather gets cooler across much of the country. For health reasons, we need fewer customers at these businesses. For economic reasons, we need them to survive. The fix is a huge bailout."

"Reopening" isn’t enough to save bars and restaurants — the US needs a bailout

It’s right for the economy and for public health.

www.vox.com
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