B.C. small businesses finding creative ways to stay afloat amid COVID-19

From CBC News | BC, by Cory Correia. Photo: The Spool Sewing Studio

Restaurants and small businesses moving online, offering consumers contactless deliveries and more options

As concerns over COVID-19 increase calls for sanitizing surfaces and social distancing, restaurants and small businesses facing ever fewer patrons are being forced to adapt their business models to stay afloat.

On Friday, B.C.’s provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry ordered all restaurants in the province to stop dine-in services, leaving take-out and delivery as their only options to serve customers. She also said that while many businesses should stay open to support the public, they need to implement social distancing measures.

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