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The new figures illustrate how closed shops and factories, sharp declines in tourism and a slew of measures meant to arrest the spread of the pandemic have disproportionately walloped some regions more than others.
The pandemic, which began its devastation as spring arrived, now presents the Washington region with a ruined summer season — devoid of many traditions, fraught with parental headaches and filled with uncertainty.