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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.

Financing

New snapshot shows a backslide in restaurants' recovery

Labor problems and the delta variant are undercutting sales, while costs soar, the National Restaurant Association found in a survey.

Operations

Majority of restaurants have lost business under San Francisco's vaccine mandate

But operators said in a Golden Gate Restaurant Association survey that the inoculation requirement has created few operational problems.

West Hollywood's requirement will apply to employees as well as guests, and does not accept negative COVID tests as an alternative to vaccines.

The attorneys general of the participating states said in a blunt letter to the president that they would pursue every possible legal action to kill the plan.

Operators will soon be checking proof of inoculation in Seattle, most of upper Washington and two of Hawaii's islands. The state's most-visited island has also re-imposed capacity caps.

The reservation platform partnered with identity company Clear to help restaurants track COVID-19 vaccinations and test results for their employees.

Few details are available about the president’s pending requirement that employers of at least 100 workers demand proof of vaccination or negative COVID tests. Here’s what’s come to light on the key questions.

Changes in the rules for low-interest Economic Injury Disaster Loans will expand eligibility while quadrupling the amount that can be borrowed.

Companies with 100 or more workers would have to require vaccines or weekly COVID tests. The National Restaurant Association backed the move.

If you're in a Southern market, it could be yours, according to a new study. But gird yourself if you're in Washington, D.C.

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