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A shopkeeper's humble opinion on when to reopen for business

Clip: 05/26/2020 | 2m 43s | Video has closed captioning.

U.S. cities and states are trying to balance economic activity and public health. The consequences of those decisions fall squarely on small businesses, with almost half of their owners saying the pandemic is having a large negative impact on business. Anna Kahoe owns a furniture and clothing store in Washington, D.C., and she shares her humble opinion on determining the right time to reopen.

Aired: 05/26/20

Rating: NR

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