January 20, 2022

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What’s Open Or Closed In Town

MISSION VIEJO, CA — The new coronavirus is having a profound impact on the global economy, and has been particularly damaging to local businesses that depend on foot-traffic and in-person interactions with their customers. Even so, many businesses have found ways to stay open and to offer delivery, pick-up and safe-distance transactions to serve the community.

We put a call out to local businesses on Patch this week and asked them to update their status, give details on how you can continue to patronize them and to let the community know how they can best help during these challenging times. You can find the local guide here.

If you own a local business and have not yet updated your status, you can find a simple submission form here or simply scroll down to the bottom of this article.

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In Mission Viejo, business owners are pivoting how they interact with customers, as with The Coder School. The physical classroom is closed for business, but the after-school education remains open for business. Right now, they are offering virtual code-coaching with a free 30 minute virtual sample lesson for families interested in keeping their children’s young minds busy. Look them up here: tcsmv.youcanbook.me or call: 949-525-9332

We’re going to keep this guide live throughout the impact of the coronavirus, to help our readers support the businesses that serve you.

Businesses can update their status in the guide at any time. To help support our local merchants and business owners, we encourage you to share this article or the link to the guide with neighbors, via email and social media. The businesses need our support.

Patch will be rolling out a number of new initiatives and resources to help local business owners in the coming days, so stay tuned and please stay safe.

If you’re a business owner who has not yet listed your status in our guide, please fill out the following form:

This article originally appeared on the Mission Viejo Patch

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