Six months have passed since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down much of life as we knew it. KCRW checks back in on local business owners and high schoolers, and hears how their lives have changed from when we first heard from them to now. Also on this episode: why sidewalk dining is creating mobility problems for people who use wheelchairs.
Checking back in with local businesses, high school students six months into the pandemic
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Six months of COVID-19: Following up on local businesses and high school students
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