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Minority-owned businesses struggling as PG County reopens

PG County, Maryland, began reopening businesses in June, but some minority-owned barbershops and salons say they’re not making any profit under the continued restrictions, and are still concerned about the spread of COVID-19.

Heard on the Hill’s Clyde McGrady spoke to several PG County business owners and independent contractors to see how they’re handling reopening their doors in the age of the coronavirus.

[ Read more: ‘How are we supposed to survive?’: Black-owned barbershops reopen, but it’s not the same ]

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