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City Eases Delivery Restrictions For Restaurants — “To support local business and access to food, effective immediately, the City of Alexandria will suspend enforcement of the following regulations and special use permit conditions that limit hours of operation, deliveries, off-premises alcohol sales, and outdoor sales/dining.” [Zebra]

Governor Urges Small Businesses to Apply For Federal Assistance Loans — “Businesses impacted by COVID-19 can also request to defer the payment of state sales tax due [today], March 20, 2020, for 30 days. When granted, businesses will be able to file no later than April 20, 2020 with a waiver of any penalties.” [Governor’s Office]

Mayor of Alexandria Sister City Tests Positive For COVID-19 — “Four days after the municipal elections, the mayor of Caen Joël Bruneau was confirmed positive at Covid-19 this Thursday, March 19, 2020. He is confined to his home.” [ACTU]

Area Doctor Asks Businesses For Masks and Gloves — “Haden asked fellow Del Ray Business Association members if they might have those supplies since they are also used in construction and restaurant industries.” [Zebra]

Del Ray Pizzeria Becomes Distribution Center — “Del Ray Pizzeria will be acting as a temporary drop-off and distribution center for all affected restaurant workers in Del Ray.” [Facebook]

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