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Edward Zayas, Jr., of Allentown, walk with his stepdaughter Avery Green, 4, as she rides her bike near the PPL Center in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Zayas is a chef at Union & Finch bistro and has been working a lot to accommodate the increasing demand for takeout and delivery orders. "We came out let her ride on the sidewalk where it's easier with no people, Zayas says, "Normally I wouldn't do this. I have been talking with family in Newark, New Jersey and they are on lock down. We just had to get out." Communities across the Lehigh Valley are adjusting to life during the coronavirus pandemic that is impacting the daily lives of Pennsylvania residents both socially and economically. (Photo by Matt Smith)
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Communities in the Lehigh Valley dealing with Coronavirus
Edward Zayas, Jr., of Allentown, walk with his stepdaughter Avery Green, 4, as she rides her bike near the PPL Center in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Zayas is a chef at Union & Finch bistro and has been working a lot to accommodate the increasing demand for takeout and delivery orders. "We came out let her ride on the sidewalk where it's easier with no people, Zayas says, "Normally I wouldn't do this. I have been talking with family in Newark, New Jersey and they are on lock down. We just had to get out." Communities across the Lehigh Valley are adjusting to life during the coronavirus pandemic that is impacting the daily lives of Pennsylvania residents both socially and economically. (Photo by Matt Smith)