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  • After more coronavirus closures, how deep will California’s recession go?

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    July 20, 2020

    In late June, it looked like California might be turning a corner in the coronavirus recession. Unemployment had leveled off at a jarring 16.3 percent, but thousands of waiters, bartenders and hair stylists were going back to work.

    Then came the surge in infections that state officials have been dreading — a record 11,000 new cases on Tuesday alone — and with it, a new wave of business closures.