Clatsop County businesses adapt as county moves between high and extreme risk levels

Clatsop County businesses adapt as county moves between high and extreme risk levels

ASTORIA, Ore. – Bubba’s Sports Bar & Grill in Warrenton, like so many businesses across the state, is in trouble.

“We are operating at 25% capacity, or about 30 people,” said General Manager Jessica Lahaie.

It’s about to get worse. Governor Kate Brown updated the county’s risk levels for the spread of COVID-19. Clatsop County is changing from a high risk county to an extreme risk county. Later this week, places like gyms and theaters will be forced to close for two weeks. Bars and restaurants will no longer be able to offer meals indoors. They can only offer take out and limited outdoor dining.

“It’s really tough, especially for the bartenders,” Lahaie said. “They have families, children, rent, all that. They live off their tips. “


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