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The Daily Prep List: 02.24.21


California workers could get 2 weeks of sick leave for COVID, quarantines under new proposal

The Sacramento Bee 2/24

California workers could get two more weeks of paid sick leave to care for themselves or their loved ones affected by COVID-19, under a proposal introduced by Democratic legislators this week.

‘We’re risking our lives’: California’s slow vaccine rollout leaves essential workers exposed

The Guardian 2/23

Amid California’s slow Covid-19 vaccine rollout, millions of essential workers in high-exposure jobs are still waiting to get the life-saving doses, with many uncertain when or how they will get access.

Food Industry Policy

More California restaurants, cinemas, gyms could reopen this week as COVID-19 cases drop

Los Angeles Times 2/23

With coronavirus cases continuing to drop, more parts of California are being allowed to reopen in the coming days.

Indoor dining returns for restaurants in Marin and San Mateo counties, S.F. may be on the way

San Francisco Chronicle 2/23

San Mateo and Marin County restaurants may reopen for indoor dining at 25% capacity, making them the only places in the Bay Area where indoor dining is available.

On the Side

Employee Retention Tax Credit: The No. 1 Relief Option Restaurants are Missing

QSR Magazine 2/23

Running a restaurant is an adventure, even in the best of times. As anyone in the restaurant and foodservice industry can attest, 2020 was far from the best of times.

30-year-old Moonstar Buffet to close, plus other Bay Area restaurant closures

San Francisco Chronicle 2/23

As part of our ongoing reporting on the impact of the pandemic on local businesses, here is a running list of Bay Area restaurants that have permanently closed since Feb. 1.

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