By Ashe Schow
A person walks by a restaurant that went out of business in the East Village as the city continues the re-opening efforts following restrictions imposed to slow the spread of coronavirus on October 21, 2020 in New York City.
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It turns out that bars, restaurants, gyms, hair salons, and a whole host of other businesses government health officials said would be hotbeds of coronavirus spread as states reopen were no such thing.
ABC News analyzed publicly available data and determined that, as states have begun to reopen across the country, the places experts claimed spread the disease have accounted for only a small percentage, if any, of new cases.
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