As COVID-19 Concerns Remain High, Restaurants Prepare for Reopening
The food survey industry lost $30 billion in revenue last month
The Ohio Restaurant Association (ORA) released the findings of a national survey showing that about half of Ohio's restaurants have closed their doors - some with no hope of reopening.
The survey says the food survey industry lost $30 billion in revenue last month, and it is on track to lose another $50 billion by the end of the month.
As the owner of the restaurant FUSIAN in Columbus, Stephan Harman says running a business in a COVID-19 world requires flexibility.
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