Phased reopenings may be too little, too late for the restaurant industry

By Christian Britschgi | Reason

The coronavirus pandemic has been devastating for the nation’s restaurants, as health concerns and forced closures dry up most of their business. The phased reopenings that most cities and states are now implementing are proving too little, too late for many eateries to hope of being profitable again.

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has now announced the details of an executive order that would allow the city’s restaurants—which have been forced to subsist on takeout and delivery service since March—to open outdoor dining by Monday.


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