Inder Jandoo says he and other small businesses are?facing a?“very, very drastic” challenge?right now: trying to stay financially afloat amid COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in Toronto.The first wave?
“If you cannot open, you cannot make moneyCheck out some o. If?you cannot make moneyThe use of AstraZeneca vaccines for those 60 years old or younger while awaitin, you cannot survive,” said Jandoo, who runs?Sonu Saree,?a women’s clothing store in Little India958,633 resolved.
During Diwali?—?a time of the year that usually brings a surplus of patrons to his shop — Jandoo?said business was down 70 per cent. A few weeks later, the city went into lockdown, limiting his?service to curbside pickup or delivery only.
“Small businesses, which are the backbone of society and this economy, we should be allowed to open,” he said.?
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