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Amazon's extended coronavirus remote work policy could devastate nearby Seattle restaurants, bars
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Small businesses that serve some of America's biggest tech companies could continue to be starved for business as more employees work from home in the fall.
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Seattle-based bars and restaurants located near Amazon’s Seattle headquarters around its Downtown and South Lake Union campuses could reopen to a desolate dining scene after the e-commerce giant, which employees 50,000 Seattle-based workers, announced last week employees can work from home through Oct. 2 if their jobs allow them to do so, in an effort to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus.