Truman Lam cleaned out the walk-in freezers of his family’s business in March, the coronavirus pandemic forcing the closure of the city’s dining rooms. At the time, nobody knew the impact that the virus would have on the city, but Lam was preparing for the worst-case scenario.
“This could last… the bare minimum is two weeks, but this could last two or three months,” Lam said at the time.
A few months longer than two or three months later, Jing
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