From love.live.local

“The COVID-19 pandemic has not been kind to many business sectors, and the hospitality industry is arguably taking some of the hardest hits. Cape Cod hotels and restaurants have been dealing with reduced capacity and reduced demand since the stay-at-home order was issued by Governor Baker in March, along with ever-changing guidelines on how they can operate, a smaller workforce, and some very difficult-to-please customers. By many accounts they have been able to get through the summer somewhat intact (some even say it was much better than expected) because, well, it’s the summer – our busiest season of the year.”

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