Dreams at stake: Many business owners of color were already operating with little room for error. And then the pandemic struck. | Neighborhoods

Dreams at stake: Many business owners of color were already operating with little room for error.  And then the pandemic struck.  |  Neighborhoods

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The pandemic hit China Moon Crowell early – and hard.

In February 2020, when public health officials still mistakenly believed that the only people contracting the novel coronavirus were those who had traveled abroad, Crowell fell ill.

Too weak to get into bed, she spent five weeks sleeping on her sofa. She lived alone and her breathing was so painful that she asked her mother to stop if she didn’t hear from her every six hours.

“I was diagnosed with the flu,” Crowell said. “And I’m like, ‘It’s not the flu.'”

After more by a month, her body recovered from what she is sure was the coronavirus. But the damage to his business was only just beginning.

Crowell owns Bartender 608, who serves …

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