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Franchot Comments on Restaurants as Reopening Phases Continue

June 9th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

The Restaurant Association of Maryland is continuing to push for a reopening of indoor dining- with growing concerns that many restaurants may never recover from the COVID-19 shut down. The state did approve a return to limited outdoor dining late last month- but the restaurant and bar business overall in the state has been devastated. Comptroller Peter Franchot said this week that many eateries are nearing a point of no return- adding that there are thousands of restaurants in Maryland that are facing extinction if the state doesn’t show some flexibility…

2 Responses to “Franchot Comments on Restaurants as Reopening Phases Continue”

  1. June 09, 2020 at 12:16 pm, Paolo Primavera said:

    A great number of these establishments facing extinction were the brink of failure going into our shutdown. So these places were destined for closure and the virus just accelerated the process.

    Let’s work together and help those who help themselves and reinvent themselves for a better establishment for our new America as a whole.

    Everybody is important to our society, especially the law abiding citizens who live their lives daily to help America grow strong and survive.

    Those who break the law or skirt around it should rethink their lifestyle, philosophy, and make serious attempts to correct and align themselves with the American Ideal and Norm. We need everyone now to be on the same page and make our America Great.


    • June 10, 2020 at 1:53 pm, mac said:

      > Went to Lowes this afternoon. Not related to restaurants but 2 out of 10 people either had no mask or wore the mask to protect and cover their throat. This is a random observation that will be repeated many, many times in the near future.


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