The coronavirus pandemic has been a very difficult time for New York City’s businesses, particularly for the city’s diverse restaurants. The social distancing measures required to reduce the spread of COVID-19 meant restaurants were forced to close their doors until the Stay At Home orders got lifted. In a city renowned for its amazingly diverse dining options, the pandemic and lockdown forced many restaurants to get creative and rely on takeout and delivery orders until they can reopen. Online orders for people staying home have allowed restaurants to remain operating until they can once again provide a sit-down service.
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As New York City eyes an end to the Stay At Home orders in June, more and more businesses are beginning to reopen. While no one is certain how the coronavirus pandemic will play out during the summer months, Treasure Island Storage has remained open through this pandemic and can assist your business during these challenging times.
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