After weathering the pandemic for nearly two years, Ohio restaurant faces the omicron surge
Since the start of the pandemic, we’ve been checking in with Jessica Parkison, co-owner of Salt, a restaurant in Lakewood, Ohio.
Parkison has weathered a shutdown, having to lay off staff, applying for a Paycheck Protection Program loan, transitioning to a take-out menu for curbside pickup and a cautious reopening.
We check in with her again as the omicron surge is creating new problems for restaurants.
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