Tuscaloosa Small Businesses Look For Support As COVID-19 Deals Especially Harsh Blow

| March 24, 2020 @ 6:00 pm

By Michael Tomberlin

The April 27, 2011, tornadoes that ripped through Tuscaloosa dealt a $2.45 billion blow to the city and leaders fear COVID-19 could be even more destructive.

People could see the tornado as it ripped through town – in some cases on live television. It was clear where it was dealing its death and destruction. COVID-19 is moving through unseen, affecting everyone and every business, even without touching many of them.

The escalation from hand-washing to social distancing to shutting down dining in restaurants and bars came faster than some small businesses expected.

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