Sun Jul 5, 2020

It’s a ‘wait-and-see game’ for local businesses that rely on tourism

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The aqua play water park and pool at Daddy Joe’s campground was operating at 50 percent capacity Saturday morning. Campers were required to sign up for time slots. Staff photo by Grant Merritt

Cautious relaxation of statewide coronavirus protections last Friday came just in time for Memorial Day weekend, as local tourism businesses geared up to serve guests the best they can under existing coronavirus protection regulations. 

Travel and tourism were hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic during the previous months. Jennifer Holcomb

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