CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: A LOOK BACK

Sumter's food industry back on track, mostly, after pandemic closings; lasting shifts include to-go service, less staff

BY SHELBIE GOULDING and KAYLA GREEN
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kayla@theitem.com
Posted 3/18/23

With the St. Patrick's Day holiday in 2020, several restaurants planned for the increase in customers eager to come out and celebrate. Instead, Sumter became a ghost town.

The restaurant industry saw an impact right away from the COVID-19 …

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