Associated Press

Associated Press 21 May 2020

Brooklyn butcher keeps shop open during pandemic


While the COVID-19 pandemic has severely affected meat and vegetable producers, one butcher shop in New York City is making ends meet and continues to serve its customers. (May 21)

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