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Chairs but no people: Glimpses of California virus reclosing

Chairs but no people: Glimpses of California virus reclosing

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When restaurants and bars began reopening in California after a stay-at-home order, employees took down caution tape, hung “Welcome Back” signs and placed chairs neatly around tables in preparation for customers. Hair salons and stores also started to open their doors, as people began to claw back some normalcy. Then the virus surged again. The yellow tape went back up. The signs came down. And the chairs were again stacked up. All those chairs — piled up, roped off, flipped on top of tables — are a symbol of the return to anti-virus restrictions in the state.

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