Restaurants across LA have been forced to close, putting millions of servers, bartenders, and cooks out of work. Some places are trying to survive on carry-out and deliveries. We hear from two LA chefs on how they’re faring. Also, a doctor explains how to create homemade masks that effectively protect against COVID-19.
LA chefs during COVID-19, DIY masks
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Bernie Sanders it out. Can Democrats unite behind Joe Biden as presidential nominee?
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McDonald’s employee on working in fast food during COVID-19
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LA chefs and restaurant owners on how COVID-19 changed business
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