LA Lockdowns: How Will It Impact Restaurant Owners?

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Caitlyn McDuffee Contributor
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Daily Caller reporter Jorge Ventura joined Caity McDuffee to discuss recent restaurant restrictions in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles County shutdown indoor and outdoor dining as of Nov. 25, allowing restaurants to only use takeout to feed customers. (RELATED: ‘It’s Time To Cancel Everything’: Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti Announces New Lockdown Measures)

“One thing that I also just learned a lot, you know speaking to restaurant owners, is how everyday in the restaurant industry really counts,” Ventura said.

Christian Nunez, the business owner of the restaurant Don Sals, told Ventura that he had to let go of employees right before Thanksgiving and Christmas.

“I had to let everyone go, but I had to tell them a day before Thanksgiving that there’s no more work, a month before Christmas, that we might not even open by Christmas,” Nunes said. “So I had to tell them, people with families, people with kids, that they’re probably not going to have work.”

Watch the full video to find out more about Ventura’s coverage of the protests outside Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s house and to find out more about how local businesses are dealing with recent COVID-19 restrictions in Los Angeles.


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