How the COVID-19 pandemic has affected “mom and pop” businesses

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COVID-19 is eating away at the backbone of the U.S. economy. 

Big business is fighting to hang on – and many “mom and pop” industries have failed or are in danger of going under. 

One family in the northern Georgia has been making clay pottery and folk art the same way for generations. And now, after 170-years, the pandemic may do what depression, and wars couldn’t end their business.