Indoor Venues of Chapel Hill Respond to Challenges Introduced by Pandemic


Indoor venues in Chapel Hill have pursued changes in appearance and operations in response to the challenges introduced by the pandemic. Now, these venues are preparing for an ease in certain COVID-19 restrictions as more of the country becomes vaccinated. Many of Orange County’s indoor venues have looked to grants and outside resources. (Chapelboro.com)

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Indoor Venues of Chapel Hill Respond to Challenges Introduced by Pandemic


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