SANTA CLARA (CBS SF) — Anxieties were rising in Santa Clara late Friday night as the county was teetered on the edge of slipping back into the state’s more restrictive reopening tier in the wake of a new wave of COVID cases. The stormy weather seemed to put an exclamation point on the already gloomy news that COVID is surging and the county will be cancelling indoor dining in Santa Clara County next week. That throws restaurant workers and managers into yet another financial tailspin. “We’re not feeling overly happy or confident right now, but it is what it is and we just do our best to get through,” said David Mulvehill of O’Flaherty’s. On Friday night, the rain cancelled outdoor dining at San Pedro Square and with tables limited inside, fewer servers were needed so their already thinning paychecks took another hit. “That’s really heartbreaking to send staff home,” said Alex Guilliano of Sushi Confidential. “But there’s not much revenue coming in. It’s really hard.” There were people still coming downtown to have a meal, or see some friends. But COVID was on their minds. “I have co-morbidities that could cause trouble,” said Steven Thomas of San Jose. “It’s… Read full this story
- Coronavirus UK news – GPs could dole out Covid vaccine on Christmas and Boxing Day to protect millions
- Israel enters unpopular second Covid lockdown
- Raab warns second national shutdown is on the cards if Britons don't obey new laws that Boris has blamed on people breaking the rules over summer - but roads and rail are busier than ever on last day before 10pm pub curfew kicks in
- 2020 Election Live Updates: Lady Gaga criticizes Trump over remarks about women
- Coronavirus UK news – Nearly £1billion of Brit taxpayers’ cash has been spent on PPE supplies from China
- 2020 Election Live Updates: Marin leads in early voter turnout
COVID: Anxieties Rise As New Cases Surge And Business Restrictions Return have 312 words, post on sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com at November 14, 2020. This is cached page on CuBird. If you want remove this page, please contact us.