News 8’s Heather Hope spoke with San Diego businesses adapting to the closures.
More info on San Diego business owners feeling the pandemic shutdown strain again
Pandemic tests marriages
In San Diego, Kayleigh and Cody Cousins planned an April wedding, postponed it after the pandemic took hold, rescheduled it for December, then had to shift gears again when a new lockdown was imposed.
Orange Tier: Looser Restrictions for Some Mean More Business for All
The county has officially entered the orange tier, paving the way for businesses to welcome back more customers — and putting the region one step closer to putting the pandemic behind us.
'Invisibilized': Asian Americans lead in long-term unemployment amid COVID-19 pandemic and hate attacks
Along with health disparities and anti-Asian sentiment, the pandemic's devastating effects for Asian Americans include long-term unemployment.
San Diego's ghost kitchens
Santillan would soon realize he’d recreated the idea behind ghost kitchens. “At that time, I didn’t know this was a trend,” Santillan insists with a laugh. “I was feeling like the smartest guy alive ...
A year of COVID lockdowns: This Bay Area county stayed open months longer than others. So what was the impact?
Salons were shut down ... again, off-again closures began last March, she has lost 70 percent of her business (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group) SAN FRANCISCO, CA - MARCH 12: Hong Kong Hair Salon ...
Pandemic Life: A Crippling Year For San Diego County’s Small Businesses
“When the pandemic ... San Diego in the East Village open. She closed in March, reopened in June, then closed again, reopened again. Her most recent reopening came after the December shutdown ...
One year later: How 15 American workers are coping with the coronavirus pandemic
Small business owners struggled ... to my retail job in San Diego in September. I used to work five days, but now I don't get more than three. I understand it's due to the pandemic and it's ...