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Edmundston businesses still struggling as region goes orange again

New Brunswick looks to get more vaccines in arms as they delay second dose for low-risk individuals As of Friday, there are still 89 active cases of the coronavirus in the zone.Marquis says conversations with Public Health have him feeling confident those cases have been contained.In the orange level, households can expand to include 10 contacts and outdoor activities like snowmobiling and ice skating are allowed.“We’re probably going to see a lot of people going outside this weekend,” says Marquis.Businesses in the area aren’t feeling entirely optimistic yet, though, as huge portions of their business are still locked on the other side of the Quebec or Maine borders.“Our biggest asset, right now, is our greatest enemy,” says Martin La.

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