Small businesses on edge amid COVID-19 surge

ABC News’ Devin Dwyer reports on the Paycheck Protection Program and whether it’s doing enough to keep small businesses afloat through the pandemic.

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25 thoughts on “Small businesses on edge amid COVID-19 surge

  1. at my salon we have been measuring the temperatures of all of our clients coming in with an automated scanner from thermosignal.com so we don’t have to have someone dedicated scanning temperatures, it’s saving us a lot of time

  2. The small businesses in trouble don't need no $250k, but can't get even the much less amount they need because the way that PPP is written cancels them out

  3. Why would Kanye need a loan? And pelosi can’t complain Since her husband gets a loan also…she can’t say one thing these billionaires getting money

  4. America the great isn't looking so great right now…nobody has any customers right now because of restrictions…the government is soo backwards

  5. You would be upset to know Bandimere Speedway is hosting events with over 8,000 people in Morrison, Colorado. They are a Super spreading business destroying your business.

  6. It literally said 3 million dollars in profit each year. Sooo…you didn't save ANY of that?
    Like the money that comes out of OUR pockets to FUND YOUR BUSINESS HOW ABOUT YOU SPEND YOUR OWN FUCKING MONEY AND KEEP IT GOING.

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