Food assistance and restaurant sales | Daily graph of the coronavirus economy


New demands for food aid in Washington state fell below their level in early March at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Typical restaurant incomes remain well below their pre-virus levels, and many operators are wondering what life will be like when they reopen.


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