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Over time, Diaz took control of the family store, La Casa de Las Piatas. His parents’ divorce and competition from other party supply and piatas stores in the neighborhood threatened their business, he said, but Diaz; his mother, Ernestine Diaz; and their business endured.

Now Diaz and special event business owners like him are hurting as people cancel and postpone card captor sakura cover iphone parties, large family gatherings, weddings and coming of age celebrations because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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This time of year is typically busy for La Casa de La Piatas, he said. The shop usually gets orders for custom piatas for Comic Con fans. And in the months leading up to elections, he usually gets a lot of custom orders for Donald Trump piatas.

Lately, a new custom order has been popping up: a green coronavirus ball. He has completed 35 orders to date.

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Officials announced Monday that bars, breweries and distilleries that don’t serve food would need to close again on July 1, citing a rise in local COVID 19 cases in the last week. The following day, officials announced iphone 6 custodia cover iphone xr s cover ebay reduced hours for restaurants.

The tighter restrictions followed rising cases of cover samsung s8 personalizzata COVID 19 in cover iphone xs max San Diego County, which reached 15,696 on Thursday.

Events business owners don’t expect life to return to normal anytime soon. They worry the pandemic could cost them their business.

Like bars and restaurants, party businesses thrive off of bringing people together to socialize.

He said most events for this year have been postponed to 2021, but his family still has to pay rent and other expenses. The business received payroll assistance from the government but was recently denied a loan.

“It has cost our family more than high financial loss; it’s our livelihood,” Chan said. “All of the family members are involved in the business one way or another.”

The county’s plan for reopening follows the state’s Resilience Roadmap, which has four “stages” for opening society. Each stage identifies certain businesses and activities that are allowed to resume if certain conditions are cover samsung s4 con orecchie met.

The state’s Stage 3 allows for weddings, and Stage 4 includes lifting the stay at home order and reopening concerts and convention centers.

San Diego County is in Stage 2, with approval to allow a select number of businesses from Stage 3 to reopen. Those include nail salons, fitness facilities and outdoor religious services.

Events business owners, especially venue operators, say its unclear what stage applies to their industry.

The family owned Boulevard Hall in City Heights has been closed since March, said Kenneth Ho, who works as cover iphone 4s gocce its director with his family. He has been in touch with other venue owners in San Diego and said it feels as if venues are in “a gray area.”

“A lot of us don’t quite understand what exactly are the parameters,” said Ho.

Much of the focus has been on how to reopen restaurants and retail shops, he said, but the events industry is not widely understood or talked about. Owners of venues and other events businesses say they lack proper direction from officials, custodia cover samsung s6 he said.

Ho said events businesses all operate differently. While some can pivot to working smaller events such as photographers shooting private sessions or DJs playing music at bars venues rely on hosting big events.

County officials on Wednesday said venues cover samsung s10 a libro fall under Stage 4 and are not currently permitted to operate.

Ho said his concern is being able to book future events. Events for November through February 2021 would have been booked during the time that his venue was closed, he said, which means there could be difficult months ahead.

Juan Lira, owner of Sonlatino Professional DJ’s, recently had to move his DJ equipment from a storage center in Otay Mesa into his garage to cut expenses. A sparkly silver disco ball, speakers, lights, smoke machines and other equipment are stacked up next to his 1950 Plymouth.

Playing music at parties went from being a hobby to a 20 year career and a company Lira built with his wife, Joanna Lira. Sonlatino typically works large family parties, quinceaeras and weddings, Juan Lira said, which typically have a guest list of 100 or more people.

He said his company was booked out for the remainder of the year before COVID 19 hit; now many of those cover samsung s7 originale events have been postponed. Lira estimates he has lost about $65,000…