Celebrity Chef Tom Colicchio: Restaurants Will Need Long-Term Funding to Survive
Costs for safety protocols could add to already mounting debt for restaurants
The coronavirus pandemic has gutted New York City's restaurants.
Celebrity chef and restaurateur Tom Colicchio discusses what's at stake and what can be done to save the industry. Nym Calvez worked at a downtown Vancouver hotel — until the COVID-19 pandemic hit that industry. She is originally from the Philippines and may not be able to send money back to her family. She wants the federal government to think about helping workers through a long recovery.
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