More Than Half Of San Francisco Storefronts Closed Due To Pandemic


Many businesses were already closing due to the increased minimum wage passed by the city. But COVID has pushed even more businesses over the edge.

(From CBS)

“The survey showed only 46 percent of storefront businesses in San Francisco that were open at the beginning of the pandemic are still operating,” said Jay Cheng, spokesman of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce.

That means 1200 stores are still open, while about 1300 have closed, Cheng said.

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