For business owners, getting COVID-19 is a wakeup call

BACK ON THE JOB: Laurina Esposito, co-owner of Espo Restoration, inspects a car frame at her Los Angeles shop. Esposito and her business partner were diagnosed with coronavirus in early September. / AP PHOTO/
MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ
BACK ON THE JOB: Laurina Esposito, co-owner of Espo Restoration, inspects a car frame at her Los Angeles shop. Esposito and her business partner were diagnosed with coronavirus in early September. / AP PHOTO/
MARCIO JOSE SANCHEZ
NEW YORK – When Chris Hyland caught the coronavirus, his ordeal went beyond being sick and exhausted – he couldn’t help his business partners manage the virus’s impact on their company just as the outbreak was sweeping across the world. Hyland and his wife and children became ill in early March. Customers were cutting back…

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