How Coronavirus Hit Coffee Culture
Who is going to spend their day in a cafe now?
The pandemic is impacting many parts of American life—including coffee shop culture. Max Ufberg lays out the problem in GEN:
States such as New York that were on track to reopen indoor dining have looked at its connection with Covid-19 infection surges and are reconsidering the move. This could be a death knell for small, independently owned cafés, which typically operate on razor-thin margins. Communities across the country must wrestle with the question, what do cafés offer us in addition to food and drink? And what do we lose when they close their doors for good?
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