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Industries all across the country are experiencing the disruptive impact of the COVID-19. Discover how it could affect the U.S. foodservice, grocery and convenience industries.

Operations

Philadelphia becomes first U.S. city to reinstate a mask mandate

Dine-in restaurant customers will be required to wear a face covering starting Monday.

Financing

House of Representatives passes a bill re-upping the RRF with $42 billion

The measure could give restaurants that missed the first round another shot. But it faces tough resistance in the Senate.

Several Senate elders have put a new proposal on the table. This one addresses some of the issues that killed past efforts.

BLT Restaurant Group said it was unable to meet the requirements for PPP forgiveness due to the closure of indoor dining in New York City.

A provision replenishing the aid program for restaurants was excluded from the appropriation bills that will pass to keep the government funded.

The state also eased conditions under which expenses paid with the aid money can be deductible.

The 37-year industry veteran intends to address the labor shortage and other chronic issues as he contends with immediate emergencies. And that's while fulfilling his day job as Golden Corral CEO.

Woven into his comments on America's challenges at home and abroad were a few tidbits with special meaning for the foodservice industry. Here's a rundown.

Operations on the West Coast no longer have to require masks, and establishments in the nation's largest city can drop their proof-of-vaccine requirement as of Monday.

Chicago, New York, Seattle and a number of other jurisdictions are modifying the safety protocols. But masks are not disappearing.

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