Covid-19: Chinatowns fighting racism and pandemic to survive – BBC News

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“Everything started happening around January, February of last year, which is the most lucrative and joyous and festive times for Chinatown. They took a hit with that business and lost most of it,” Louise Palmer, a representative for the group, said. “So they ended up going into lockdown in March at a deficit, which kind of set a really terrible precedent for what the rest of the year would look like.”

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