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Coronavirus / US / Businesses / Manny's Deli / Nedelman Interview #1276692

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 24, 2020
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(Studio: Kate Bolduan) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Adrienne Broadus) A look at an iconic Chicago deli trying to adapt the business to the coronavirus featured; scenes shown from Manny's Deli that goes back 79 years. [Manny's Cafeteria & Delicatessen owner Dan RAKSIN@, patrons CNN's David AXELROD, MAN, employee Gino GAMBAROTA@- talk about Manny's" closing during the civil rights riots, the recent rioting, how we will survive.]

(Studio: Kate Bolduan) How restaurants across the country are in desperate need & need the coronavirus relief package introduced. [Yesterday, from Los Angeles, Eureka Restaurant Group CEO Justin NEDELMAN@- says we need relief now & yesterday so we need the relief bill, on the scramble to get bank support as we keep the Eureka dream alive, on how the restaurant business is fragmented: a lot of small entrepreneurs, on his message to President-elect Joe Biden: we need subsidies now.]

Reporter(s):
Bolduan, Kate;
Broadus, Adrienne
Duration:
00:09:00

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