FOMO and the return to city life

Entered by Joy Riot

The Downtown Washington DC economy relies on tourists during the warmer months and weekends, but its daily lifeblood is commuters. Therefore, the pandemic effectively shut down the city. The pace of commercial real estate leases slowed to a crawl, and local businesses who rely on foot traffic—coffee shops, restaurants, bars, dry cleaners—shuttered their doors.

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