Bristol, Virginia (CNN)In the town of Bristol that straddles the Virginia-Tennessee line, Joe Deel can see people dining in restaurants 50 yards away in Tennessee. But he can’t accept customers in his Virginia restaurant yet.
Same street, different rules
Some businesses want regional reopenings
Others just want what’s best for the everyone
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