Small businesses in US turn to internet for survival

Small businesses across the United States are trying out new methods to try to survive the economic fallout of coronavirus.

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    Small businesses in the United States have turned to the internet to fight back against being hit too hard by the coronavirus pandemic.

    It comes during a standoff between US senators on whether to free up $250bn in economic relief.

    As Al Jazeera's Rosiland Jordan explains, some businesses are turning to the internet rather than waiting on the government to stay afloat.


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