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Some Businesses Can Open Soon. But Strict Guidelines May Keep Business Slow

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Since mid-March, Carolina Diaz’s flower shop in Boyle Heights has only been open for deliveries. But pretty much no one wants flowers right now.

"There haven't been graduations, people aren't celebrating birthdays," Diaz said.

As many anxiously await the first phase of reopening businesses in California, some, like Diaz, don't think they'll be able to make much money under the still-strict social distancing guidelines.


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