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Why California’s Asian-owned businesses were more negatively impacted by pandemic

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A UCLA study shows that 60 percent of Asian-owned businesses in California were negatively impacted by Covid, compared to 40 percent of all California businesses. NBC’s Sakshi Venkatraman reports on why these businesses were forced to close their doors and fire staff members at a much higher rate.