NYT Blames Restaurant Dining on COVID-19 Resurgence

  Across the U.S., wherever restaurants and bars have opened their doors, a new surge in COVID-19 infections has followed, The New York Times says.  In some instances, food and beverage service employees said they felt pressured by their bosses to return to work, with some of that pressure filtering down from city and state governments eager to recoup lost revenues the eating establishments provide. Compounding the problem is that many restaurant and bar patrons refuse to...

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