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Businesses struggle to reach pre-COVID sales numbers


Ola Richards/ Petersburg Pilot

Papa Bear's Pizza customers would have to pick up their food at the back door after calling in their orders.

Since Gov. Mike Dunleavy's phase two and three of his Reopen Alaska Responsibly Plan went into effect Friday, businesses have been able to operate without mandated restrictions. Some businesses, however, are still reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic and the state health mandates that followed.

One of the first state health mandates that affected businesses restricted restaurants to take out orders only. Papa Bear's Pizza complied and only allowed customers to enter the building to pick up their orders. Some would arrive early, or have to wait for their food if it wasn't ready yet.

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