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Restaurants, clothing stores, and other small businesses are struggling to maintain their business during quarantine.


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Small businesses have been deeply affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Government loans don't provide enough financial support and alternative approaches to business, such as take-out or delivery, haven't generated enough revenue to cover costs. There needs to be a step-by-step plan for helping small businesses re-open while making sure that customers stay safe.


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Venkatesh R

Aug 13, 2020
12:53

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1) probably no-touch delivery needs to be offered to keep customers safe

2) I feel collaboration with students from various backgrounds can work together and build a prototype to address such issues.

More minds more solutions, the educational institutions should encourage participations

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Gloria Stone

Aug 13, 2020
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A school system near me is testing an armband that monitors temperature.  If the student's temperature goes over 99 the school nurse is alerted.  I'm wondering if something 'similar' can be used at businesses.  If a temperature band (or even something more sensitive to earliest symptoms of COVID) could be used by people to show whether or not they have symptoms before entering a place.  It could enable more brick and mortar businesses to open perhaps

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