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Coronavirus Fears Slow Down Chinatown Businesses

Newsy Saturday, 15 February 2020
Coronavirus Fears Slow Down Chinatown BusinessesWatch VideoThe Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has been in the news a lot and has stoked fear and anti-Asian sentiment. Misinformation has spread about the outbreak, which originated in China, and has affected businesses in Chinatowns across the country.

We're here in Chicago's Chinatown. Some of the restaurant owners...
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News video: No Coronavirus In NYC, But Chinatown Businesses Still Hurt By Fears

No Coronavirus In NYC, But Chinatown Businesses Still Hurt By Fears 01:56

Officials are kicking off a new campaign called "Show Some Love In Chinatown" to support small businesses there. CBS2's Reena Roy reports.

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