Businesses reopen in Pharr as COVID cases drop
A decrease in COVID-19 cases is helping more Valley businesses get back on track.
Many businesses shut down, at least temporarily, during the height of the pandemic, while other closed for good.
Still, some Valley business owners say they had to get creative to bounce back.
Officials at the Pharr Chamber of Commerce say they’ve seen an increase in businesses opening their doors. This year, officials say they have been averring five to seven new business openings a month, counting re-openings.
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