It’s no surprise that COVID-19 took its toll on businesses and organizations of every shape and hue, forcing an unprecedented number of organizations and programs to close. During the pandemic, 17%, or more than 110,000 restaurants in the United States closed, of which most had been in business, on average, for 16 years, and 16% had been open for at least 30 years (see More Than 110,000 Eating And Drinking Establishments Closed In 2020). More than 12,200 retail stores downed their shutters for good—compared to 10,000 store closings in 2019—as the pandemic sent many businesses that were already struggling over the…
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