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Six questions the pandemic has yet to answer for restaurants

As the crisis enters its fifth month, operators are still looking for insight on these matters keeping them up at night.

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Miami-Dade recloses restaurant dining rooms

Its mayor says the emergency action is needed to keep local hospitals from being overwhelmed, making it the latest major jurisdiction to shut down over the coronavirus resurgence.

The SBA released detailed information revealing which companies received federal stimulus dollars. Here's a look at some of the restaurants that received them.

Places that are lax on safety measures will be closed or fined, and customers are being implored to follow protocols.

Squads drawn from seven state agencies will work with county officials to crack down on repeat offenders. Gov. Gavin Newsom cited restaurants and bars as prime examples.

Face coverings are now required of employees and guests in California, much of Oregon and dozens of counties and cities. Meanwhile, New York is preceding with plans to revoke the liquor license of rulebreakers.

The decision to halt Trump's unwinding of the DACA program could keep hundreds of thousands of legal foreign-born candidates in the workforce.

The damage was severe for operations in cities that were hard hit by the protests, new research shows.

Newcomers to the process didn’t know the odds were against them.

Personal liability was waived for lease defaults, and sidewalk fees were suspended.

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