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Coping with COVID: 2 Edmonds businesses say they're struggling, but hopeful

 

Last updated 11/24/2020 at 11:54am

Brian Soergel

Kimberly Koenig: "The part I am concerned about is shopper behavior." With new COVID restrictions, Gina Drake (left) has been forced to cancel classes in the Fifth Avenue South barn. Kimberly Koenig (right): "The part I am concerned about is shopper behavior."

This was going to be a story about two Edmonds businesses doing the best they can during the stubborn coronavirus pandemic.

It still is.

But a story that last week also offered some glimmer of hope – for one established business and one new one – had to be rewritten with Gov. Jay Inslee's new statewide restrictions announced Nov. 15, to continue through Dec. 14.

Inslee cited the high number of confirmed, positive COVID-19 tests, spiking higher recently than in any time since the pandemic began in March.

On Nov. 16 the Snohomish Health District reported that Edmonds had recorded 850 case...



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