Angie Sharma-Weisberger

whose family owns Elvie’s Inn in Covina

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Ten days ago, bars reopened in LA County after being closed for months due to the coronavirus. Nine days ago, half a million people went out for a drink.

How business owners are managing as LA recloses bars due to COVID-19 spike

Ten days ago, bars reopened in LA County after being closed for months due to the coronavirus. Nine days ago, half a million people went out for a drink.

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