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As of Tuesday, retail stores in Contra Costa County can offer curbside sales or other outdoor pickups, but neither outside dining nor outdoor display of retail items is allowed. The city's planned actions come as Walnut Creek - like almost every Bay Area city - faces significant economic hits because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. … [Read more...] about Walnut Creek Takes Steps To Help Businesses Rebound
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Facts First: The transcript of the March 26 interview shows that Trump did say what he was denying he said. Trump told Hannity that "a lot of equipment's being asked for that I don't think they'll need," though he also emphasized his efforts to help the states, and said later in the interview that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo was requesting an unnecessary number of ventilators. "I have a feeling that a lot of the numbers that are being said in some areas are just bigger than they are going to be," Trump said. "I don't believe you need 40,000 or 30,000 ventilators." … [Read more...] about Fact check: A list of Trump’s pandemic-related false claims from March 16 through May 3
Building consumer confidence to return to live shows is an additional hurdle for venues to overcome. And while promoters may be able to help supplement concert revenue with paid livestreams -- which have boomed 50% in popularity during the pandemic, according to Bandsintown statistics -- with so many questions still circulating about COVID-19 and a lack of consistent guidelines from the federal government, customers have indicated many have a new reluctance to attend live events. In a Canadian survey conducted by Abacus Data, only 22% of frequent concertgoers and 12% of the general population say they will attend concerts within a few weeks of their return. Both the Abacus Data survey and a Live Nation survey of live music fans found that about 10% of concert goers believe they will probably never return to venues and festivals. … [Read more...] about Music Venues Across the Country Can Reopen, But Is It Worth It?